Timothy Stulman holds a Doctor of
Musical Arts degree in contemporary music (2010) and a Master of Music degree
in composition (2006) from Bowling Green State University where he studied with
Distinguished Artist Professor Marilyn Shrude.
Stulman has received numerous
honors and awards at both national and international levels. He was the winner
of the 2012 North American Saxophone Alliance (NASA) Composition Competition.
As recipient of the First Music Commission, he was asked to compose an
orchestral piece for the New York Youth Symphony that was premiered in Carnegie
Hall. His saxophone trio Though Faraway
was selected in the International Tribuna Sax-Ensemble’s Call for Scores and
was played in Madrid and on National Spanish Radio. His composition Brahma Viharas received an
international premiere on the Young Stars of Chamber Music Concert in the
National Concert Hall, Taipei, Taiwan.
His music has been performed by the
Cleveland Chamber Symphony, Toledo Youth Orchestra, Greater New Haven Youth
Orchestra, BGSU Philharmonia, Juventas New Music Ensemble, and Trois C New
Music Ensemble. He was a featured composer at the NASA 2012 Biennial Conference,
Ball State University’s 39th Annual Festival of New Music,
University of Central Missouri’s New Music Festival, Electronic Music Midwest,
the 1st Annual Huntsville New Music Festival, Juventas New Music
Ensemble’s Murmurs from Limbo concert
series, and the Manchester New Music Mini-Festival.
Stulman has also studied with Mikel Kuehn, Wallace DePue,
Burton Beerman, and Margaret Brower. He is interested in Eastern aesthetics and
studies Chinese religious forms and language. He is fluent in Chinese and has
spent two years in the ShangHai area. He currently is Department Chair of Music
Composition in Full Sail University’s Music Production department.