Corey started violin at the age of six after being inspired by a string quartet she’d seen in a local church on a walk with her mum and sister.

Since then she has played in the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, the Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra and can often be seen playing with the London Musical Theatre Orchestra.


She was part of the National Children’s Orchestra for 5 years and was leader of Brighton Youth Orchestra during her A levels.


These jobs have allowed her to play at some prestigious venues including The London Palladium and Cadogan Hall. She is part of a high energy violin duo 'Elektra' who play all over the world in concerts and on cruise ships.


She went on to study at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester and graduated with a first class honours degree.


She is currently playing in ‘Violet’ at the Charing Cross Theatre in London until April 2019 and continues to perform as a soloist at weddings and in other ensembles. She recently made her debut in London's West End on Adrian Mole the Musical!

 Corey teaches violin at Hurstpierpoint College and in her spare time volunteers on the Cancer Research UK committee for Sussex and at Epsom and Ewell Phab, an inclusive charity for non-disabled and disabled children.