Lynn A. Corbin

Lynn A. Corbin

Music Education

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Lynn A. Corbin is professor of music at Valdosta State University. On the faculty since 1996, she coordinates the Music Education program and teaches courses in choral/general music at the graduate and undergraduate levels. She also serves on the voice faculty. Corbin became the Music Director for the Valdosta Choral Guild in 1998 and has conducted major works with that ensemble. She is active as a clinician at conferences at the state and national levels and several of her articles on teaching effectiveness have appeared in national journals. She has served as a guest conductor for honor choirs and as a festival adjudicator in Georgia and Ohio. Corbin has consulted with several groups on the development and assessment of standards-based learning outcomes and continues to be active in this area. She has sung professionally with the Cantari Singers of Columbus, Ohio (10 years) and with the Robert Shaw Festival Singers in France (1988, 1994) and Carnegie Hall (1995, 1996). Her public school teaching experience includes junior high general, choral, and instrumental and senior high choral. She holds degrees from Otterbein College (B.M.E.) and The Ohio State University (M.A., Ph.D).