Corey Shotwell is a tenor specializing in the performance of music from the 14th through the 18th centuries, both as a soloist and ensemble member, with a particular passion for the music of the 17th and 18th centuries. His performances as the Evangelist in Bach’s St. John Passion have received high acclaim for his “dramatic involvement and seeming ease”; his “involvement in the text and its declamation was total” (ClevelandClassical.com). Recent season highlights include appearances with the Oregon Bach Festival, San Diego Bach Collegium, Bach Akademie Charlotte, Apollo’s Fire, Boston Early Music Festival, Carmel Bach Festival, The Newberry Consort, and Alkemie Medieval Music Ensemble. Corey recently earned his M.M.A. in Early Music, Oratorio, and Chamber Ensemble from the Institute of Sacred Music at Yale University. He also holds degrees from Western Michigan University and the Cleveland Institute of Music. Originally from West Michigan, Corey now resides in New Haven, Connecticut, and serves as an adjunct voice instructor at Mt. Holyoke College in Massachusetts.