Dwayne Corbin

Dwayne Corbin, DMA

Associate Professor of Instrumental Music

Conductor, Symphonic Band and Symphony Orchestra



Office: Minthorn 201

BA, Wheaton College
MM, Central Washington University
DMA, University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory College of Music

Dwayne Corbin joined George Fox as an associate professor of instrumental music in 2018. He conducts the Symphonic Band and Symphony Orchestra, in addition to teaching music education courses. In the 12 years before his arrival, Corbin taught at Simpson University in Redding, California, where, in addition to teaching a variety of music courses, he conducted the Shasta Symphony Orchestra. Prior to that, he taught at Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois.

He is active as both a conductor and professional percussionist. He has been the resident conductor of the North State Symphony of Redding in Chico, California, since 2013, where he leads youth concerts and guest conducts bands and orchestras. Previously, he served as conductor of The Shasta College Symphonic Band, assistant conductor of the Juneau Symphony, and leader of the Cincinnati Youth Wind Ensemble.

Corbin earned a doctorate of musical arts in conducting from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (2006), holds a master’s degree in music from Central Washington University (1999), and earned a bachelor’s degree in music education from Wheaton College Conservatory of Music in Wheaton, Illinois (1997).