Annie Corrigan is the Principal Oboe of the Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra and an Adjunct Professor of Oboe at Memorial University. In addition to performing and teaching, Annie serves as the Academic Program Administrator for the School of Music. She organizes the School’s annual audition cycle and coordinates its Community Outreach Programs. Prior to moving to Newfoundland in 2016, she served as Principal Oboe of the Carmel Symphony Orchestra and Second Oboe in the Columbus Indiana Philharmonic. She also worked as an announcer and producer for Bloomington, Indiana’s NPR affiliate WFIU, serving as the daily host of NPR’s Morning Edition and the producer/host of the weekly program Earth Eats. Annie is currently completing her Doctorate of Music (Oboe) from Indiana University.

Fun Facts About Annie

When did you join the NSO?


Who inspired you to learn how to play?

My parents!

What’s your favourite piece of classical/orchestral music?

Benjamin Britten’s “Four Sea Interludes.”

If you could pick one artist to collaborate with, who would it be?

Fleetwood Mac in 1978 on the album “Tusk”

What other non-musical creative outlets do you have?

Finding new spots to pick chanterelles