Interview with the Plain Dealer's Zachary Lewis about Blue Streak Ensemble's performances of Margaret Brouwer's music. Read the article here


The Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra opened its 64th season on September 27, 2013, with “Lost in Space,” a program dedicated to the Solar System and other-worldly ideas. In addition to Gustav Holst’s “The Planets,” the program featured Pluto by Margaret Brouwer. Arizona Public Radio's Janice Baker spoke with Brouwer before the concert. Read or listen to the interview here


The Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra  played Margaret Brouwer's RemembrancesApril 18, 2013. Brouwer spoke with WXXI's Mona Seghatoleslami about this music, as well as her previous collaboration with the RPO and her other musical projects. Listen to the full interview here.


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Margaret Brouwer's Pulse for wind symphony received its world premiere March 2014 in Fayetteville, Arkansas at the Southwest Regional Conference of the College Band Directors Association. Dr. Caroline Beatty, director of the Texas State Wind Symphony, commissioned Ms. Brouwer to compose this work for her ensemble, which will performed the premiere. Read The San Marcos Daily Record's feature on Ms. Brouwer, and her new composition


NewMusicBox interview with Brouwer highlighting her Viola Concerto, 2010. Read or listen to the conversation with Frank J Oteri


Margaret Brouwer speaks to Laurie Schulman about her Concerto for Viola and Orchestra. Click here to read the full article. 

Margaret Brouwer speaks with Cleveland Classical's Mike Telin about her new music ensemble, Blue Streak, their performances, and its inspiration. Read the article here