Tenor Corey Shotwell, whose voice has been praised for its “light, sweet beauty,”(Bay Area Reporter) is particularly celebrated for his performance of music from the 17th and 18th centuries. Often sought after for his interpretations of Bach, his St. John Passion Evangelist has been lauded as being sung with “dramatic involvement and seeming ease” and whose “involvement in the text and its declamation was total” (ClevelandClassical.com). Recent concert engagements include making his Carnegie Hall debut premiering David Lang’s cycle the writings with the Yale Voxtet and Theatre of Voices under the direction of Paul Hillier, performing Handel’s Alexander’s Feast with Masaaki Suzuki in New York City, and appearances with the Yale Philharmonia Orchestra, Santa Fe Desert Chorale, The Newberry Consort, Haymarket Opera Company, The Thirteen, Quire Cleveland, and the Bach Collegium of Fort Wayne. He has been a Young Artist Apprentice with Apollo’s Fire and the Boston Early Music Festival. A native of Michigan, he currently resides in New Haven, Connecticut, and is pursuing a Master of Musical Arts from the Institute of Sacred Music at Yale University.