Kabin Thomas


Kabin Thomas joined CPR Classical in 2022 as an on-air host. Learn more about Kabin in this episode of Colorado Matters.

Professional background:
Kabin Thomas joined CPR Classical with decades of experience as a tuba player, actor and professor of classical music. For 11 years, he taught classical music to students at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. During that time he was also the narrator and host of the Emmy Award-winning documentary, “The Sound of Dreams,” about the Hot Springs Music Festival.

Kabin was a substitute tuba player with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra for 14 years. He and his wife currently perform a show called, “Peace, Love, and TubaStanding,” which uses storytelling and music to tell a powerful story about love and courage amid racial tensions and fear.

Kabin served his country as a U.S. Marine and as a musician/sailor at the U.S. Naval Academy.

Kabin studied acting and music at Wayne State University, as well as the Universities of Michigan and Wisconsin.