Cory Cox, a versatile and accomplished individual, has dedicated their life to the pursuit of music, service, and community empowerment. With an impressive academic background, Cory pursued an A.A. degree in Music Education from Seminole State College, followed by a dual degree in Film Scoring and Electronic Media Production and Design from Berklee College of Music. As an accomplished violinist and composer, Cory’s musical talents have earned them numerous accolades at the district, state, and national levels. Their compositions have captivated audiences, and their expertise as a recording engineer has brought their work to life for small orchestras. Outside of the music realm, Cory’s dedication to service shines through their commitment as a Staff Sergeant in the United States Army Reserve, specializing as a 12B Combat Engineer and 68W Combat Medic. Their invaluable contributions to the armed forces reflect a strong sense of duty and selflessness. Furthermore, Cory’s leadership extends to the field of performing arts infrastructure. They played a vital role in the system design and coordination of the state-of-the-art Steinmetz Hall at the Dr. Phillips Center for Performing Arts, showcasing their expertise and passion for creating remarkable artistic experiences. As a visionary and advocate for music, Cory founded Genesis Orchestras, a non-profit organization aimed at establishing the premier studio orchestra in the state of Florida. Through Genesis Orchestras, Cory promotes the art of epic music composition and the recording arts, creating opportunities for aspiring musicians and composers while enriching the cultural landscape of the community. Driven by a relentless pursuit of excellence and a deep commitment to their craft, Cory Cox continues to inspire through their music, military service, and dedication to fostering a thriving artistic community.