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The University of Central Oklahoma physical campus will be closed to all but essential employees beginning at 5 p.m. Thursday, March 26, through at least April 15. UCO will transition to alternative instructional delivery methods from March 28 through the end of the spring semester. Many university services will continue to be available online. For more information, visit the university's COVID-19 website.

Assistant Professor

University of Central Oklahoma


Dr. KaDee Bramlett joined the UCO faculty in 2010 and teaches oboe, music theory, and aural skills. 

In addition to teaching at UCO, Dr. Bramlett is a performer and plays with the Sugar Fish reed trio, Zephyr Winds wind quintet, the Edmond Chamber Orchestra, and occasionally performs with the Tulsa Symphony and Tulsa Opera. 

Dr. Bramlett is a soloist with the University of Central Oklahoma Chamber Collegium on the piece "Firecracker" on the album "American Byways:  The Music of Michael Daugherty."

She is a member of the International Double Reed Society, the Midwest Double Reed Society, and Pi Kappa Lambda. She strives to guide and inspire her students to become successful, professional musicians in an ever-changing music industry.

Education and Certifications

Doctor of Musical Arts, Oboe Performance, University of Oklahoma

Master of Music, Oboe Performance, Arizona State University

Bachelor of Music, Oboe Performance, University of Central Oklahoma

Classes Taught


Music Theory

Aural Skills


When Dr. Bramlett isn't performing or teaching, she enjoys running, cycling, swimming, yoga, kayaking, and competing in triathlons.

Research, Published Work, and Scholarly Activities

Follow this link to read Dr. Bramlett's dissertation on English Pastoralism in Ralph Vaughan Williams' Concerto for Oboe and Strings:

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