Corban Green is a violinist from Longmont, Colorado who has been playing for nearly 15 years. They hold a bachelors degree in Music Education from Colorado State University, where they studied with Ron Francois. At CSU they were a member of multiple chamber groups and operas which included The Magic Flute and The Pirates of Penzance. Corban played as both principal second and concertmaster in the CSU symphonic orchestra, directed by Wes Kenney.
Corban taught middle school band and orchestra at Thunder Valley K-8 in Frederick from 2021-22, and has enjoyed teaching private lessons since 2018.
Corban is an advocate for contemporary music—especially minimalism—and flew to New York City for one night to see the Philip Glass Ensemble perform “Music in Twelve Parts” in 2018.
Corban plays a violin made by Henry Thompson in London in 1820. The lion on the scroll is named Leopold.