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Devin Cobleigh-Morrison

Raised in Pinckney, Michigan Devin Cobleigh-Morrison received a bachelor’s degree from the Chicago College of Performing Arts, where he studied with Dale Clevenger and Alice Render, and a master’s degree from the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, where he studied valved horn with Elizabeth Freimuth and Randy Gardner, and natural horn with Tom Sherwood. From 2015-2016, he completed one year at the University of Missouri-Kansas City as the fellowship holder in wind quintet before pursuing professional endeavors. He holds the third horn chair with the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra, and served the assistant principal horn in the Topeka Symphony from 2016-2017. Additionally, he is the adjunct professor of horn and high brass techniques, as well as a member of the Meadowlark wind quintet and faculty brass quintet at Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas. With a rich background in horn literature, Cobleigh-Morrison is also a published arranger and editor of chamber music through Vertias Musica Publishing. His upcoming commission will be premiered in the summer of 2018, at the 50th International Horn Symposium in Muncie, Indiana.

Since moving to Kansas City in 2015, Cobleigh-Morrison has previously performed with the Kansas City Symphony, Omaha Symphony, Wichita Symphony, Ottawa Chamber Orchestra, Missouri Symphony, Kinnor Philharmonic, the Heartland Mens Chorus, Opera in the Ozarks, various chamber ensembles, and frequently presents solo and chamber music recitals.