Annie Corrigan is an oboe player, an audio producer, and a dog lover. She has played in orchestras all over the Midwestern United States, holding the position of principal oboe with the Carmel Symphony Orchestra and second oboe with the Columbus Indiana Philharmonic.
She currently works at MUN’s School of Music in various roles, including coordinator of the Chamber Music for Youth program. In addition to her musical life, Annie worked for 12 years as a radio announcer and producer at WFIU in Bloomington, Indiana. She now produces podcasts with various organizations in St. John’s. She moved to Newfoundland in 2018 with her wife Sarah and her dog Clyde.
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There’s nothing like playing Carmina Burana with a full choir belting out “O Fortuna!” just above your head.