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David Corbo

David Corbo

Violin

Clayton High School

David Corbo is a 16-year-old junior attending Clayton High School. He began playing violin when he was in the Clayton Elementary School strings program with Dr. Jan Davis. Around that time, he began studying under Eva Robinson and remained her student for nearly seven years. David credits Ms. Robinson for encouraging him to audition for the St. Louis Symphony Youth Orchestra. Over the years, David has participated in a variety of musical programs such as the Chamber Orchestra at Wydown Middle School under the direction of Dr. Davis, the Clayton High School Symphonic Orchestra under the direction of Daniel Henderson, and various programs at the Community Music School of Webster University. David now studies under Angie Smart of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. Aside from violin, David enjoys working in his father’s research lab at Washington University School of Medicine, Participating in science competitions such as TEAMS (where his team attained 8th place at the national competition last year), building computers, listening to classical music, biking, and playing video games. David would like to thank his family, teachers, and friends for pushing him to advance musically.