Born and raised in Hamilton, Ontario, Corinne Plomish’s career spans 4 decades of performance and teaching commitment. She launched her career on Hamilton’s 'Tiny Talent Time' TV show, and was lead vocalist for the renowned Harry Waller Orchestra during her early teen years.
Shortly thereafter, Corinne joined the roster as a session/jingle singer at Grant Avenue and MJM Music Studios in the Hamilton area for many years, and performed in the Toronto Music Scene with various artists and bands.
Her music studies include The Royal Conservatory of Toronto (Grades 9 & 10 piano performance), Jazz Harmony and Arranging at Mohawk College, and private voice training with GTA voice teacher, Edward Johnson.
She has hundreds of jingles to her credit, and her voice was the one heard on two award winning GTA spots: African Lion Safari and Pizza, Pizza.
The Arsenio Hall Show (Los Angeles), American Bandstand (Los Angeles), Solid Gold (Los Angeles), CBC’s Right On with Martin Short (Toronto), The Tommy Banks Show, The Beach Boys, Dan Hill, Dwight Yoakam, Daniel Lanois, Parachute Club, Alfie Zappacosta, Air Supply, De Barge, Ed Bickert, Don Thompson, Tommy Banks, The Oakridge Boys, The Boss Brass, Keifer Sutherland, Billy Newton-Daivs and Martha and the Muffins.
A Royal Command Performance for Prince Andrew and the Duchess of York (Ontario Place Forum) is also among her list of accomplishments.
Know-how and expertise bring a tenacity to her teaching as she delivers wonderful results for her students, helping to catapult and prepare them for the professional world.
Corinne is married to renowned Jazz Guitarist, Ralf Buschmeyer, a Hamilton Music Award winner for his 2012 Jazzspeak Album, (Jazz Instrumental Recording of the Year/Hamilton Music Awards).
Finally, Corinne Plomish has successfully prepared students for entry into the following music schools:
The New School (New York City, N.Y)
The Berklee School of Music (Boston, Ma.)
University of Southern California (Los Angeles,Cal.)
Humber College (Toronto, Canada)
McGill University (Montreal, Canada)
Capilano University (British Columbia, Canada)