Carin Bratlie

  Bigger picture is 28K Carin warmed up before the August 1, 2000, concert in Central Park.
  At the rehearsal before the concert, Carin reviewed the tuba part for "I Won't Last a Day Without You", created by her father, trombonist Mike Bratlie.*

Carin graduated from Concordia - Moorhead in 1998 with a double major in theater and English literature. While a student there, Carin held a tuba performance scholarship.

Carin played tuba on "New Orleans Jazz Portrait", "Ain't Misbehavin'", "Four", "Woodchopper's Ball", and "New York, New York" on the Roseville Big Band's August 1, 2000, concert in Roseville's Central Park.

She also plays tuba in the St. Michael's Lutheran Church orchestra and brass quintet in Bloomington.

Carin is a free-lance theater director and stage manager in the Twin Cities, Fargo, and Grand Marais. During the summer of 2000, she was the director for the Grand Marais summer theater.

Carin also teaches after-school acting classes for elementary school students in Rosemount.

*They discovered it was missing six bars.

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