Charlie Rosmarin is a percussionist in the New World Symphony, in Miami Beach. A Boston native, he has performed in Japan, South Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, England, Germany, the Czech Republic, Scotland, the Berkshires, Santa Barbara, Breckenridge, Aspen and Charleston. Highlight performances include concerts at the BBC Proms, Gewandhaus Hall in Leipzig and concerts with the New York Philharmonic.
Charlie has spent summers with the Tanglewood Music Center, National Repertory Orchestra, Music Academy of the West, Spoleto Music Festival, Texas Music Festival, National Orchestral Institute and Aspen Music Festival.
He attended NEMC in the summers of 2006, '07, and '08, winning the Concerto Competition in 2007 (playing Paul Creston's Concertino for Marimba) and the Phi Mu Alpha award in 2008.
The New York Times wrote, “Charles Rosmarin handled herculean labors heroically,” in reviewing his performance of Peter Maxwell Davies’ De Assumptione Beatae Mariae Virginis. He performed Russell Peck’s triple concerto The Glory and the Grandeur with the National Repertory Orchestra in 2018.
He also plays percussion in a period-performance context, performing with New York's Trinity Wall Street Baroque Ensemble, Clarion Orchestra, Yale Schola Cantorum, New Vintage Baroque and Juilliard's historical performance program, Juilliard415.
Charlie received a bachelor of music degree from The Juilliard School and a master of music degree from New England Conservatory. He was pursuing a professional studies certificate at the Colburn School before arriving at the New World Symphony. In his free time, he reads avidly and enjoys long-distance running.