Canadian soprano Corey Linforth is a young singer with a vibrant voice at the beginning of a promising career. She has performed as a soloist with the Spiritus Ensemble, The Annex Singers, Arcady, Guelph Chamber Choir, Eviole, in a number of churches, with University of Waterloo Chamber Choir, and the University of Waterloo’s University Choir. Corey has attended a number of summer programs including Early Music Vancouver – The Compleat Singer (Canada), the Tallis Scholars’ Summer Schools (England), and Triora Musica – Early Opera Course (Italy) where she played Venere in La Dafne, by Marco di Gagliano and Nunzia in La Liberazione di Ruggiero, by Francessca Caccini. Corey has played the role of Second Woman in Arcady’s recent (2017) production of Ruth, by Ronald Beckett. Corey also enjoys her work as the Music Director at St. Andrew’s Hespeler Presbyterian Church in Cambridge, the Interim Director of the Cambridge Kiwanis Boys Choir, and as a founding member/co-ordinator of Eviole, an early music ensemble that sings primarily music from the 17th century written for and by women.

For more information on Corey’s group Eviole visit eviole.ca.

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