Krissy Lassiter/Krissanthemum

Experimental Composer&Producer

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Krissy can offer a unique perspective and ear for composition, songwriting, arrangement, production, and mixing. She brings Masters degree level academic and professional experience to her work in almost any genre imaginable and can take your musical vision to a new level of originality and excitement. Visit her website:

Inventing a whimsical fantasy that ties in elements of psychedelic/retro pop, Krissy Lassiter brings out her own form of musical independence that paints the world with a colorful spin. Strung throughout each note and lyric is a deep understanding and appreciation of music composition and production. She’s received a B.M. in Theory/Composition from Westminster Choir College in 2017. Her deepest understanding of classical music comes from performing many master works with the Philadelphia Orchestra and the New York Philharmonic as a member of the Westminster Symphonic Choir. She participated as a composer for Sō Percussion's Summer Institute 2016, developing her percussive experimentalism. In 2019, Krissy graduated with a Master’s in Studio Composition from SUNY Purchase; where she recorded 3 releases under the name Krissanthemum. Her latest EP release was acknowledged by Bandcamp Staff as “new and notable” Experimental and Psychedelic Pop highlights. From June 2019-June 2020 she served as the Audio Assistant for duotone Audio Group- a NYC Music Production/Supervision company that creates original music, supervision, audio post, sound design, artist collaborations, &mixing for top advertising, film, television, interactive, and multimedia companies. Krissy is eager and ready to continue putting her skills to use!

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  • featured Krissanthemum's 7/3/2020 Safe in My Garden EP as “new and notable” Experimental Pop, Bedroom Pop, and Psychedelic Pop highlights.Jul 14, 2020

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