Ms. Corrigan enjoys a varied career in orchestras, chamber groups, and
recording studios in addition to her success as a soloist and teacher.
Ms. Corrigan is a graduate of the University of Southern California
where she studied with Michael O'Donovan. While a student at USC, she
performed as a member of the Santa Monica Symphony and has served as
principal bassoonist for the past two seasons. She is a member of the
Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, the Los Angeles Music Center Opera
Orchestra and the Master Chorale Symphonia. She has performed with the
Los Angeles Philharmonic, Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, Long Beach
Symphony, Pasadena Symphony, American Ballet Theater, Joffrey Ballet,
and Kirov Ballet. She has participated in the Oregon Bach Festival
under Helmuth Rilling, Martha's Vineyard Chamber Music Society, Juneau
Jazz and Classic Festival, and the San Luis Obispo Mozart Festival.
Rose is a member of Pacific Classical Winds, a period instrument
ensemble, which has recorded on the New World Records label. She can
be heard on numerous movie sound tracks, television scores, records and
commercials. Currently she is on the faculty at Pomona College and the
University of Southern California.