Nathan Zullinger is
currently completing his dissertation (entitled “A Guide to
the Choral Music of Charles Fussell”) for the Doctor of
Musical Arts degree in conducting at Boston University. He
holds a Master of Music degree in conducting from Boston
University and a Bachelor of Science degree in music
education from Messiah College, Grantham, PA. His principal
teachers have been Ann Howard Jones, David Hoose, Dennis
Shrock, Joseph Gifford, and Linda Tedford.
Mr. Zullinger is
also music director and organist at the United Church in
Walpole, MA, and has taught or conducted at Boston
University, Brown University, and the University of Rhode
In 2007, Mr.
Zullinger was a Conducting Fellow at Chorus America’s A
Cappella Conducting Workshop in Minneapolis, MN, where he
was coached by Anton Armstrong, Kathy Romey, Sigrid Johnson,
and Ronald Staheli. He has participated in the Robert Shaw
Choral Workshop at Carnegie Hall, the Conductor’s Institute
at Bard College and the New Pathways in Conducting workshop
in Nashua, NH.
A member of the professional choir CONCORA
(Hartford, CT) since 2005, he conducted an ensemble of
CONCORA members in a recording session of contemporary
choral works during the summer of 2011. This season he will
serve as chorus master and conducting assistant for the
Opera Boston production of Michael Tippett’s
The Midsummer Marriage.