School of Music
College of Performing and Visual Arts
Carissa Reddick joined the faculty of the University of Northern Colorado in 2010 and currently serves as the Graduate Coordinator, the Interim Associate Director, and Associate Professor of Music, Theory. Her research interests include sonata form in the late nineteenth century (especially in the music of Brahms, Dvořák, and Franck) and music theory pedagogy. Publications include articles in Music Theory Online, Music Theory Pedagogy Online, Journal of the American Liszt Society, and College Music Symposium. She has presented several papers on the topic of sonata form at various conferences throughout the U.S. and Europe, including the European Music Analysis Conference (EuroMAC), the Society for Music Theory, Brahms in the New Century (sponsored by the American Brahms Society), and various regional music theory societies including Rocky Mountain, Texas, and New England. Dr. Reddick has taught music theory at The Hartt School, the University of Connecticut, and the University of Oklahoma. She earned her Ph.D. in music theory and history from the University of Connecticut, a Master of Music degree in music theory and cello performance from The Hartt School of Music, University of Hartford, and a Bachelor of Music degree from Texas Christian University.