Adjunct instructor of voice, Corie's teaching combines voice science
& exercise physiology to enable singers to build their most
efficient, expressive instrument. Corie received her M.M. in Vocal
Pedagogy & Performance, where she trained as a crossover
performance artist and teacher.
In addition to her work with GVSU, Corie also holds a position on faculty with Western Michigan University in the theater department, and is a co-founder of the Grand Rapids Voice Collective, a collaborative training collective for young musical theater artists. Her students have been accepted to programs like Interlochen School of the Arts, University of Michigan, Shenandoah Conservatory, Boston Conservatory, University of Oklahoma, and Ithaca College.
She has presented at the Schreyer Institute for Teaching Excellence, currently serves as a board member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing (Michigan district), and was a 2021 NATS Intern Program participant.
An active performer, she has appeared with companies like Utah Festival Opera & Musical Theater, Opera Grand Rapids, Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra, and Cedar Rapids Opera.