Carrie Koffman joined the faculty of The Hartt School in the fall of 2003. Prior to this, she held positions as Assistant Professor of Saxophone at Penn State University, and at the University of New Mexico, and taught at Boston University. She has performed as a soloist and chamber musician throughout the United States, Europe, New Zealand, and in Thailand, China and Argentina.
Recent performances have included the Faenza International Saxophone Festival in Italy; a tour throughout New Zealand; the Xi'an International Clarinet and Saxophone Festival in China; the Pine Mountain Music Festival in Michigan; the Virginia Arts Festival; the International Viola Congress; the World Saxophone Congress; the North American Saxophone Alliance National Conventions; and the International Double Reed Convention in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Koffman has been a featured soloist with the Elgin Symphony Orchestra, the Pennsylvania Centre Chamber Orchestra, the Albuquerque Philharmonic Orchestra, the Hartt Wind Ensemble, the PSU Symphonic Wind Ensemble, and the UNM Wind Symphony. Among her ensemble performing credits are appearances with the Hartford Symphony Orchestra in Connecticut, Sequitur in New York City, the New Mexico Symphony Orchestra, the Albuquerque Jazz Orchestra, and the Santa Fe Symphony.