Corey Arnold is an operatic tenor who is inspired by the great tenors of the past (Corelli, Del Monaco, Lauri Volpi) and steeped in our contemporary appreciation for individual expression. Like many of today's great works of art, his singing is the synthesis of the beauty of the past with the immediacy and honesty of today's music. Recent Performances include: The Duke in Rigoletto (Southern Ontario Lyric Opera), Pinkerton in Madama Butterfly (Pellegrini Opera), and Don Jose in Carmen (University of Ottawa). He has also worked as a collaborative pianist including Tosca (Pellegrini Opera) and Into the Woods (Opera NUOVA), and as a composer, with 3 musicals under his belt and a first opera in development. Corey has also spent much time working as a Feldenkrais Practitioner, exploring the realms of possibility for singers, actors, and dancers. He currently resides in Toronto and works with Ermanno Mauro and Maureen Stark.