Corey Shotwell

Vocal Pedagogy

Department/Affiliation: Music

Corey Shotwell, tenor, is an adjunct instructor of voice at The College of Wooster. Based in Cleveland, OH, he is an active performer specializing in the performance of music from the fifteenth through eighteenth centuries. His most frequent engagements include solo concert work from the Baroque period, particularly the works of J.S. Bach, including recently being featured with Apollo’s Fire in Bach’s Coffee Cantata. His operatic engagements include appearances with the Haymarket Opera Company in Chicago, Boston Early Music Festival, and Opera Circle of Cleveland. His many ensemble credits include solo and chorus work with Apollo’s Fire, The Newberry Consort, The Thirteen, Bach Collegium-Fort Wayne, Bella Voce, Quire Cleveland, Cleveland Chamber Choir, Summit Choral Society, the Lycoming Baroque Choir and Orchestra, and the Chicago Bach Ensemble. Mr. Shotwell earned his Master of Music degree from the Cleveland Institute of Music and a Bachelor of Music degree from Western Michigan University. He is a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing and is also on voice faculty at Cleveland State University and in the Preparatory & Continuing Education department at the Cleveland Institute of Music.