Conductor Neal Stulberg has led the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Saint Louis Symphony, the San Francisco Symphony, the Netherlands Radio Symphony Orchestra, the WDR Rundfunkorchester Köln, the St. Petersburg Symphony Orchestra, the Seoul Philharmonic and the Hong Kong Philharmonic, among others.
A recipient of the Seaver/National Endowment for the Arts Conductors Award, he served as assistant conductor of the Los Angeles Philharmonic under Carlo Maria Giulini and music director of the New Mexico Symphony Orchestra.
He has premiered works by Steve Reich, Dmitri Smirnov, Joan Tower, Peter Schat and Peter van Onna, and led the period instrument orchestra Philharmonia Baroque in a festival of Mozart orchestral and operatic works. In 2001, he conducted Akhnaten by Philip Glass at the Rotterdam Festival and Thomas Adès’ Powder Her Face with Long Beach Opera in Los Angeles.
He has made recordings for West German Radio and the Donemus, Yarlung Records, Sono Luminus and Composers’ Voice labels. He serves as professor and director of orchestral studies at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music.
|FAIROUZ, M.: Symphony No. 3, "Poems and Prayers" / Tahrir (S. Cooke, D. Kravitz, Krakauer, UCLA Performing Groups, Stulberg)
||Dorian Sono Luminus
|KROUSE, I.: Armenian Requiem (Lark Master Singers, Tziatzan Children's Choir, UCLA Philharmonia, Stulberg)
|Choral - Sacred
|ZEISL, E.: Little Symphony after Pictures of Roswitha Bitterlich / November / Concerto Grosso for Cello and Orchestra (Lysy, Stulberg)