Department: School of Music
Mark Dulin leads an active career as a performer and educator. Dr. Dulin is the Professor of Trumpet at The University of Akron. He has held positions with the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra, Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra, Sarasota Symphony and Western Piedmont Symphony. Additionally he has performed frequently with the Charleston Symphony Orchestra and Winston Salem Symphony. As a chamber musician Dulin has performed with the Charlotte Symphony Chamber Players, Florida Brass Quintet and the Atelier Ensemble. In October 2009 Mark Dulin gave the North American premiere of Dimitri Shostakovich's Op. 41a with the Emerson String Quartet. He is a Vincent Bach Performing Artist.
Dulin has written articles for the International Trumpet Guild Journal including interviews with Hakan Hardenberger and Kevin Cobb and Raymond Mase of the American Brass Quintet. He has also edited and arranged Thomas Morley’s Complete Canzonets for Two Voices for Two Trumpets. This collection is published by Balquhidder Music. Dr. Dulin also co-editor of the Long Tones Studies, Flow Studies Volume One, and Volume Two, by the late Vincent Cichowicz. He co- edited these books with Mr. Cichowicz’s son, Michael Cichowicz. It is published by Studio 259 Productions in association with Balquhidder Music.
Dr. Dulin is a graduate of the Indiana School of Music, the University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music and SUNY Stony Brook. His teachers include Kevin Cobb (American Brass Quintet) John Rommel (Indiana University), Marie Speziale (former Associate Principal Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra), Michael Sachs (Principal Trumpet, Cleveland Orchestra) James Pandolfi (former Trumpet, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra), Joseph Phelps (Appalachian State University) and John Entzi.
Additional Studies with Vincent Penzerella (New York Philharmonic), Philip Collins (Principal Trumpet, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra), William Scarlett (former Assistant Principal Trumpet, Chicago Symphony Orchestra). Mr. Dulin is a former faculty member at Winthrop University, the Appalachian State University Hayes School of Music, and the University of North Florida.
Dr. Dulin is in demand as a clinician. He has recently lectured at the Juilliard School, Eastman School of Music, Cleveland Institute of Music, the North Carolina School of the Arts and the University of South Carolina.