I don't believe there is a best, just what works best for you. That's all we're trying to do.
Help people work a little easier. Not less. Just easier."
We founded B. Corbin Clarinet Products to serve our musical community, offering custom craftsmanship and expertise to students and professionals alike. We manufacture and distribute some of the finest hand-crafted clarinet products in the world, many of which are original designs.
As a husband and wife founding team, we have traveled to universities, clinics, festivals, and conferences establishing lasting relationships with students and professionals.
Brian Corbin holds a Bachelor of Music Education from Indiana University and a Master of Music in Clarinet Performance form Florida State University. His primary teachers include Howard Klug, Deborah Bish, and Jonathan Holden. Brian has performed with the Hawai'i Symphony Orchestra, Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra, Ocala Symphony Orchestra, Valdosta Symphony Orchestra, Villages Philharmonic Orchestra, and Albany (GA) Symphony Orchestra.
Dr. Lilly Haley is a clarinetist in the Navy Pacific Fleet Band. She holds a Bachelor of Music in Music Performance from the University of New Hampshire, a Master of Music in Clarinet Performance from Indiana University, and a Doctor of Music in Clarinet Performance and Literature form Florida State University. In addition to her job as a Navy clarinetist, Lilly is an avid photographer and can be seen taking family portraits, product photos, or working as an amateur astrophotographer.
Austin McFarland is a multi-instrumentalist and teacher living if Fayetteville, Arkansas. He holds a Bachelor of Music Education from Friends University and a Master of Music and Advanced Performance Certificate in Woodwind Performance from the University of Arkansas. His primary clarinet teachers include Nopachai Cholthitchanta, Rachelle Goter, and Jeff Pelischek. He is an Arts Entrepreneur specializing in Arts Marketing and Education. He has performed with Arkansas Public Theatre, Christian Youth Theatre of Wichita (KS), Hutchinson (KS) Family Community Theatre, and Lindsborg (KS) Symphony Municipal Band.
Scott Smith is an active clarinetist in both the teaching and performing scene in Utah. He began his career in music working at the Colorado Institute of Musical instrument Technology where he learned about clarinet repair and running a shop. Later, during college, Scott picked repair back up on his own, and began repairing and selling clarinets out of his basement apartment. As a performer, he has won several awards, including winning the Utah Valley University Concerto Competition and the Russel Harlow Clarinet competition. His teachers and mentors include; Michele Orman, Dr. Matthew Nelson, Russell Harlow, and Dr. Jeffrey O'Flynn. Before joining the B. Corbin team, Scott was an Education Representative and Band Sales Manager at Summerhays Music in Orem, Utah