Assistant Professor of Music Theory and Piano
Email Professor Hulin
BM in piano, The Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University
MM, The Juilliard School
DMA, The Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University
A prize-winner in the Hilton Head International Piano Competition and a recipient of special recognition for collaborative work in the Liszt-Garrison International Piano Competition, Dr. Hulin studied with Yoheved Kaplinsky at Juilliard and with Ellen Mack at Peabody while participating in the master-classes of Leon Fleisher. Before moving to Florida in 2010, he performed extensively in the Mid-Atlantic States, frequently appearing with members of the United States Naval Academy Band and as a solo pianist for performances of the Richmond Ballet. He has participated as a pianist in a wide range of festivals including the Third Practice Festival of electro-acoustic music, the University of Oklahoma Clarinet Symposium, and the Hymn Society of the United States and Canada.
Dr. Hulin's academic appointments have included Lecturer in Piano at the College of William and Mary, Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Richmond, and Assistant Professor of Music at Chowan University. At Richmond, Dr. Hulin taught new courses in the music of the United States, and he introduced World Music to the curriculum at Chowan as well as developing an interdisciplinary course entitled "Music and Revolution." He has presented research regarding the music of Franz Liszt for the College Music Society and numerous lecture-recitals on the practice of parlor music in the Antebellum South for museums and historical societies.
He writes informally about music and life at www.hulinmusic.blogspot.com and coordinates the Lasker Summer Music Festival www.laskersummermusicfestival.org, which is an organization that supports Christian musicians in the integration of their artistic work and faith.
At Southeastern, Dr. Hulin coordinates the study of music theory. He teaches Music and Aural Theory III and IV, Class Piano, Keyboard Techniques for Classroom Educators, and Applied Piano. He relishes the opportunity to be part of a praying faculty of called Christian scholars and finds great fulfillment in exploring the integration of faith and the discipline of music with his students.