Corrina Hewat (born 21 December 1970, Edinburgh) is a Scottish harpist and composer who was awarded Music Tutor of the Year at Na Trads in 2013. She has worked with poet Robin Robertson and has written music for the Dunedin Consort. She sings with Karine Polwart and Annie Grace in what they describe as a 'girly trio' and also appeared with Polwart on Lau's 2009 Arc Light album. She has collaborated with Patsy Reid (original founder of Breabach) and others as The Unusual Suspects. In July 2008 she performed with Bella Hardy at London's Royal Albert Hall as part of the first Folk Prom. In 2006 she appeared on Kathryn Tickell's The Sky Didn’t Fall album.
- "Song of the Oak and the Ivy". Edmonton International Harp Festival
- "MG ALBA Scots Trad Music Awards 2013 -- The Results!". Retrieved 25 April 2014.
- Robertson, Robin (8 Nov 2013). "Songs of St Kilda". The Guardian.
- "Grace, Hewat & Polwart - UK - A'cappella / Folk / Acoustique - www.myspace.com/girlytrio". MySpace.com. Retrieved 20 Feb 2013.
- Foot Stompin' Celtic Music | CD | Corrina Hewat | Harp I Do
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2013-05-21. Retrieved 2014-07-01.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
- Reviews & features: Music, Corrina Hewat | Edinburgh Festival
- Classical review: Corrina Hewat With Mr McFall's Chamber / Maggie Macinnes Trio - The Scotsman