Corinne is currently on faculty
The Hamilton Conservatory for the Arts
Teaching Voice, Music Theory and Songwriting
For a meet and greet, please call the HAMILTON CONSERVATORY FOR THE ARTS 905.528.4020
Corinne Plomish (Buschmeyer) served on Calgary, Alberta's Mount Royal University Jazz Voice Faculty for 10 years as well as acting Coordinator for the Conservatory's Vocal Department, teaching Jazz/Pop Voice and Theory.
Corinne was also director of University of Calgary's Jazz Vocal Workshops Series in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
After studying with The Royal Conservatory of Toronto (Grades 9 & 10 piano studies) her jazz harmony & arranging studies at Mohawk College in Hamilton, and her voice training with noted Hamilton/Toronto vocal coach Edward Johnson, she is able to bring a wealth of knowledge and tenacity to her teaching styles
and live performances.
She integrates the genres of classical/jazz warmups with her pop/jazz background and presents a well rounded musical history and experience to her students, having performed with some of the best musicians in the world (please visit the CREDITS page for a list of artists she has worked with).
Corinne lends her talents to everyone she encounters as an instructor and musician, with expertise and know-how.
For those preparing to pursue post-secondary music studies, Corinne is equipped to enable each student with the requirements for a successful entry into schools nation-wide.
Corinne has successfully prepared students for entry into the following schools:
The New School (New York), U.S.A
Berklee College of Music (Boston), U.S.A.
University of Southern California, U.S.A.
Humber College (Toronto), Canada
McGill University (Quebec), Canada
Capilano University (British Columbia), Canada
University of Toronto, Canada