• Adjudicators


  • Dwayne Corbin

    Dwayne Corbin

    Dr. Corbin serves as Associate Professor of Instrument Music at George Fox University, where he leads the band and orchestra, teaches applied percussion, and oversees the music education major. He also serves as music director of the Tilikum Chamber Orchestra in Milwaukie, OR.

    Prior to this appointment Corbin has served in a number of academic and professional positions, including as Resident Conductor of the North State Symphony, Assistant Conductor of the Juneau Symphony, Music Director of the Shasta Symphony Orchestra, and conductor the Shasta College Symphonic Band. He has also served as the Associate Professor of Instrumental Music at Simpson University, conductor of bands at Wheaton College and the University of Cincinnati, and led the Cincinnati Youth Wind Ensemble.

    Corbin regularly presents jazz and classical recitals, and held the position of Principal Percussionist in the North State Symphony from 2007-2018. Dr. Corbin’s composition Cage for One won first place in the 2009 Percussive Arts Society composition contest and is published by C. F. Peters. He resides in Newberg, OR with his wife Caryn and their two sons, Andrew and Peter.

    Dan Davey

    Dan Davey

    Dan Davey is the Director of Jazz Studies and Instructor of Music at Mt. Hood Community College where he oversees the jazz program, directs the primary jazz ensemble and teaches several core music courses and jazz combos. Dan is a Boston native and holds degrees from the Berklee College of Music and Sam Houston State University. He is the Jazz Chair for the Oregon Music Educators Ensemble and founded the Oregon State Jazz Championships. Dan is an active clinician and guest artist around the country and an active performer on piano, trumpet and organ. Aside from music, Dan loves spending time outdoors with his wife and his son!

    Dan Judd

    Dan Judd

    Dan Judd retired from teaching (42 years) in 2018. His Summit High School bands were Oregon State 5A Band champions 7 times. In 2017, Mr. Judd was selected "Teacher of the Year" in the Bend LaPine School District. Prior to teaching at Summit, Mr. Judd taught for 30 years in Washington State. In 2008, he was inducted into the Washington Music Educators "Hall of Fame" for his work at W.F. West High School (Chehalis) and Mariner High School (Mukilteo). In 2014, Judd instituted and continues to chair the Oregon State Chamber Ensemble Championship Contest. Mr. Judd serves as adjudicator and clinician in Washington and Oregon.

    Mark Lane

    Mark Lane

    After 39 years of teaching, Mark Lane is Professor Emeritus at Central Washington University and recently retired as the West Educational Support Manager for Conn-Selmer, Inc. Mark is a Past President of the Washington Music Education Association and the NW Division President of National Association for Music Education. He has received numerous awards including three National Band Association Citations of Excellence and the Sudler Order of Merit. Mark is in the Washington Music Educator Association Hall of Fame and awarded the WMEA/WIAA 2015 Music Educator of the Year and the National Federation of State High School Associations Section 8 2016-17 Outstanding Music Educator Award. In 2017 Mark was awarded the National Association for Music Education Northwest Division Outstanding Leadership Award. His bands have performed at conferences in both Oregon and Washington as well as two appearances in the Pasadena Tournament of Roses Parade and the BOA/MFA National Concert Band Festival.

    Scott McKee

    Scott McKee

    A Western International Band Clinic staff member since 1990, Scott assumed the full-time position of Managing Director of the American Band College and Organizing Chairman for WIBC in 2002. In 2015, he was appointed as the CEO of Bandworld, ABC and WIBC. Scott holds a bachelor's degree in music education from Southern Oregon University and a master's degree through the American Band College. He taught many years in the public schools of Oregon (Scappoose and Springfield), and is still active as the conductor of the Willamette Valley Honor Band, in the Eugene area. In addition to band adjudication, Scott is busy guest conducting honor groups in the Northwest and in Australia, at the Griffith Conservatorium of Music. He is the co-founder of the Pacific Honors Ensemble Program (honor band exchange event between Australia and the U.S.).  In 2004, he was elected Associate Member of the American Bandmasters Association.