Mark Dulin leads an active career as a performer and educator in Atlanta, Georgia. As an orchestral musician he is a former member of the Charlotte, Jacksonville Symphonies and has performed with the Chattanooga, Charleston, LeGrange, Winston Salem, Greensboro and Tenerife Symphony Orchestras. He is a member of the Atlanta Chamber Brass and has performed with the Emerson String Quartet, giving the North American Premiere of Dimitri Shostakovich’s op.41A.
Dulin has served on the faculties of the University of Akron, Winthrop University, Appalachian State University and the University of North Florida. He has presented masterclasses and lectures at the Juilliard School, the Eastman School of Music, the Cleveland Institute of Music, Illinois State University, Western Illinois University, the University of Iowa and the Trumpet Festival of The Southeast. Additionally, Dulin has hosted regional trumpet festivals in Ohio and South Carolina. He currently teaches privately throughout the Atlanta area.
He has written articles for the ITG Journal including interviews with Hake Hardenberger, Gabor Tarkovi, Raymond Mase and Kevin Cobb. He is the co-editor of Vincent Cichowicz Long Tone Studies, Flow Studies Volume I and II. These volumes are published by Studio 259 Productions and Balquhidder Music. Dr. Dulin holds degrees from Indiana University, the University of Cincinnati and SUNY Stony Brook and is a Vincent Bach Performing Artist. He is a student of John Rommel, Marie Speziale, Kevin Cobb, Joe Phelps, Michael Sachs, JamesPandolfi and John Entzi.
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