Assistant Professor of Music
Carissa Reddick earned her Ph.D. in music theory and history from the University of Connecticut in December of 2009, a Master of Music degree in music theory and cello performance from The Hartt School of Music, University of Hartford, in 2002, and a Bachelor of Music degree from Texas Christian University in 1998. She has presented several papers on the topic of form in late nineteenth-century music at various conferences throughout the U.S., including the Texas Society for Music Theory, the New England Conference of Music Theorists, and the West Coast Conference of Music Theory and Analysis. Her paper titled “Becoming at a Deeper Level: Divisional Overlap in Sonata Forms from the Late Nineteenth Century,” was presented in October 2009 at the National Conference of the Society for Music Theory in Montréal; this session was published in the journal Music Theory Online. Dr. Reddick has taught music theory at The Hartt School, the University of Connecticut, and the University of Oklahoma.