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About me


     Raised in Pinckney, Michigan, Dr. Devin Cobleigh-Morrison (he/him/his) accepted the role of Assistant Professor of Horn at the University of Louisville School of Music effective August, 2023. Additionally, Cobleigh-Morrison is on faculty at the Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp, and is fourth horn of the Lancaster Festival Orchestra (2023).  

     In recent years, Cobleigh-Morrison was the hornist of Wingra: a faculty wind quintet in residence at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he graduated with a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in horn performance in 2022. He was previously on faculty at Washburn University, performing in both the faculty woodwind and brass quintets, and has held the third horn chair with the Peoria and South Dakota Symphonies, the fourth horn chair with the Beloit-Janesville Symphony Orchestra, the associate principal horn chair with the Fox Valley and Topeka Symphonies. An in demand guest musician, he also has appeared with notable ensembles such as the Cincinnati, Milwaukee, Kansas City, and Omaha Symphonies, Dayton Philharmonic, and has been heard in performance at prestigious workshops, including the 50th International Horn Symposium in Muncie, Indiana.

     Cobleigh-Morrison is also a published arranger and editor of horn chamber music through Veritas Musica Publishing. He can be heard on the Omaha Symphony's live recording of Till Eulenspiegels lustige Streiche, op. 27, released in 2018, and the Cincinnati Pop’s 2019 album, “Voyage!” Dr. Cobleigh-Morrison holds a bachelor’s degree from the Chicago College of Performing Arts and a master's degree from the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. His primary teachers include Elizabeth Freimuth, Daniel Grabois, Dale Clevenger, Randy Gardner, and Tom Sherwood.

Hear more from Devin on Soundcloud and YouTube.

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