Stephanie Corwin

Praised for her “warmth and composure” (Wichita Eagle), bassoonist Stephanie Corwin enjoys a varied career playing modern, classical, baroque and renaissance instruments. Based in New York City, Stephanie performs with ensembles at home and throughout North America, including Handel and Haydn Society, American Classical Orchestra, Tafelmusik, Philharmonia Baroque, Apollo’s Fire, Trinity Wall Street, and the chamber ensembles Kleine Kammermusik and Repast.

A graduate of Davidson College, Stephanie earned degrees from Yale (MM) and Stony Brook (DMA), where she studied with Frank Morelli. Her interest in early music led her to continue her studies with Michael McCraw at Indiana University, where she received a Performer Diploma in historical bassoons. In addition to teaching privately, Stephanie has taught at the University of Virginia and she currently is on the performance faculty at Hunter College. She has given master classes at Yale University, Ithaca College, Manhattan School of Music, Shenandoah Conservatory, Grand Valley State University, Furman University, and Davidson College.

During the 2018-2019 season Stephanie will make solo appearances with the Chamber Orchestra of New York (Carnegie Hall) and Apollo’s Fire (Cleveland). She can be heard on recordings with Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Handel and Haydn Society, Chamber Orchestra of New York, Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra, Apollo’s Fire, and Kleine Kammermusik.