Claire Boge is an Associate Professor of Music at Miami University, where she also serves as coordinator of the undergraduate music theory curriculum. The only member of the College of Creative Arts to win the university-wide E. Phillips Knox award for Excellence and Creativity in Teaching, she has also been recognized as an exemplar of excellence in teaching by the Greater Cincinnati Consortium of Colleges and Universities.
A charter member of the Society for Music Theory, Claire served two terms as editor of the SMT Newsletter, as well as one term as treasurer. She is a Past President of Music Theory Midwest and remains active in both organizations. Boge has served in many offices for the CMS Great Lakes Chapter, has been a member of three different Theory Advisory Committees for CMS, and recently completed a term as Theory Representative on the CMS Board of Directors. She currently serves on the Editorial Board of College Music Symposium.
Her research interests focus on modernism in Fin-de-siecle Vienna, the analytical poetry movement of the Princeton school in the mid-1980s, the musicals of Maury Yeston, and all things pedagogical in music theory.