Corey specializes in Early Music with a special affinity to J.S. Bach. His solo concert performances include The Evangelist in Bach’s St. John Passion, as well as tenor soloist in his MagnificatChristmas Oratorio and many of his cantatas. Other oratorio roles include Uriel in Haydn’s Creation, “The Evening” in Telemann’s Die Tageszeiten, and tenor soloist in Handel’s Messiah. Newly discovered and neglected works are a specialty, including Vivaldi’s Dixit Dominus (RV. 807).

Other major solo performances include Mozart’s Requiem, Orff’s Carmina Burana, Britten’s Rejoice in the Lamb, William Boyce’s Solomon: A Serenata, Handel’s Acis and Galatea, Beethoven’s Mass in C Major, Bach’s B-Minor Mass, and Mozart’s C Minor Mass.

Operatic performances include the roles of Ferrando in Mozart’s Così Fan Tutte, Damon in Handel’s Acis and Galatea, and Mordocai in Cristiano Lidarti’s Hebrew setting of Esther.

Corey has performed as soloist with many San Francisco Bay Area groups including Albany Consort, Bay Choral Guild, Chora Nova, Marin Baroque, Marin Oratorio, Marin Symphony, San Francisco Choral Society, San Francisco Renaissance Voices, San Francisco Symphony, Stanford Choirs and Orchestras, and Viva La Musica. He performs regularly in the chorale with Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra and Chorale.

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Live Performance Excerpts

Bach’s Erwäge 
from the St. John Passion
Stanford Memorial Church, 2016
Robert Morgan, Conductor
F.J. Haydn’s In Native Worth and Honor Clad
from The Creation
Bing Concert Hall–Stanford University, 
Robert Morgan, Conductor
Francesca Caccini’s Che t’ho fatt’io 
with Susan Harvey, Harpsicord–August 2010