BGSU student's work to be performed in Cleveland
BOWLING GREEN, O.—A composition by Timothy Stulman, a doctoral student in Bowling Green State University's College of Musical Arts, will be performed by the Cleveland Chamber Symphony.
Stulman's “Si Ji Tu” will be performed at noon May 11 on the Young and Emerging Composers Concert at Cuyahoga Community College's Metro Auditorium.
“Si Ji Tu” won the composition division of the 39th annual Competitions in Music Performance at BGSU last year, and, as the subject of Stulman's thesis, won an Outstanding Thesis Award from the College of Musical Arts in 2007.
A resident of Bowling Green (1520 Clough St., Apt. 179), Stulman has received numerous honors and awards, including second place in the 2004 Greater Cleveland Flute Society Composition Competition. One of his compositions also was chosen for the 2005 International Tribuna Sax-Ensemble's International Call for Scores in Spain.
Stulman studies with Dr. Marilyn Shrude, Distinguished Artist Professor at the University.
The Cleveland Chamber Symphony performs and records competitively selected new works in collaboration with leading colleges and universities in the region twice each year.
The May 11 event is open to the public.
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(Posted May 02, 2007)