Jubal Fulks is an award-winning and critically acclaimed violinist and teacher who performs repertoire from the baroque era through the music of today. As a soloist, he has performed with orchestras across the United States and has been heard on National Public Radio’s Performance Today. His orchestral experience includes Grammy-nominated performances with Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra in the San Francisco Bay Area, and in New York City at the Mostly Mozart Festival at Alice Tully Hall, in the Jazz at Lincoln Center series, and the New York String Orchestra at Carnegie Hall. As a recitalist, he has appeared at numerous summer festivals and concert series in the United States and has toured extensively in Europe with orchestras and chamber groups.
Dr. Fulks holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in violin performance from the North Carolina School of the Arts where he studied with Kevin Lawrence, and the Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the State University of New York at Stony Brook, where his teacher and mentor was the late Mitchell Stern. While there, he won the prestigious Ackerman Prize for Excellence in Performance and performed the Berg Violin Concerto with the Stony Brook Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Gunther Schuller. A winner of national honors from the American String Teachers Association and the National Federation of Music Clubs, he has been awarded fellowships with Aspen Music Festival’s Contemporary Ensemble and the New York Institute and Festival for Contemporary Music.
Currently Assistant Professor of Violin at the University of Northern Colorado, he served previously on the faculty of the University of Alabama and at Luther College in Decorah, Iowa. Dr. Fulks has also taught at the State University of New York-Stony Brook and Michigan Technological University, and he continues to conduct master classes at universities throughout the country. During the summer months he teaches and performs at the Green Mountain Music Festival in Burlington, Vermont. An active chamber musician, he performs in several ensembles with colleagues from various universities, including baroque duo “Corde à vide” with Sacramento State University harpsichordist Lorna Peters, and maintains an active recording and national recital schedule.