Corine Brouwer is well-known to North Carolina audiences. She is currently the Concertmaster of the Winston-Salem Symphony and the Asheville Lyric Opera. She is also principal second violin of the Arizona MusicFest orchestra and Sun River music festival.
Ms. Brouwer has been involved in the commissioning and performances of new works,including the premieres of Doppelganger, a concerto for two violins by David Dzubay,and Here, the Cliffs, a concerto by Hilary Tann. Her projects have won numerous awards, including selection for a national Meet the Composer Award. Ms. Brouwer has appeared as soloist with the North Carolina Symphony, Winston-Salem Symphony, Arizona MusicFest Orchestra, Canton (Ohio) Symphony, and others.
Her past chamber music appearances have included the Eastern Music Festival, the International Bartok Festival, and the Saugatuck Chamber Music Festival. Currently she is faculty at Montreat College and maintains a private studio.
Ms. Brouwer earned her bachelor's and master's degrees at the N.C. School of the Arts, where she studied with the late Elaine Richey.