Instructor of Clarinet

Biography

Clarinetist Staci Culbreth graduated with her Master’s degree in Music Performance from the University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music in Cincinnati, Ohio. She earned her Bachelor of Music in Education from Columbus State University, Columbus, Georgia. Her clarinet teachers include Kenneth Beard, Bruce Dinkins, Ronald DeKant and Dr. Edwin Riley. Mrs. Culbreth plays principal clarinet in the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra and Macon Symphony Orchestra, as well as bass clarinet in the Columbus Symphony Orchestra. She has been featured as a soloist with the Macon Symphony Orchestra performing the Weber Clarinet Concerto No.1 and the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra performing the Sphor Clarinet Concerto No.2.  Mrs. Culbreth also frequently solos with metro local area wind ensembles.  Mrs. Culbreth has performed with various ensembles in the Atlanta Metro area, including groups such as the Atlanta Opera Orchestra, Atlanta Ballet Orchestra, and the Pandean Players. Mrs. Culbreth is currently the Music Specialist at Arbor Springs Elementary School in Newnan, Georgia.  She has two children, Hannah and Sarah, ages 19 and 16.