Lance Hulme has received awards from the International Witold Lutoslawski Competition IV, ASCAP/Rudolf Nissim Prize 1998, Composició Musical Cuitat de Tarragona, Citta di Trieste Orchestra Competition, International Trumpet Guild, Ladislav Kubik International Competition, and John Day Jackson Prize. He has received grants from the Fulbright Commission, ASCAP, Culture Commission of the City of Karlsruhe, Ministry for Art and Education for the States of Baden-Württemberg (Germany), the Margaret Fairbanks Jory Copying Assistance Fund, Leonard Bernstein Foundation, Southern German Radio and Center for Art and Media Technology. His music has been presented at the Warsaw Autumn (Poland), New Organ Works (England) and Anthems for a New Century (Japan) and ISCM festivals, and his computer music has been presented at the FICEA and Sonic Circuits festivals. Hulme's musical œuvre encompasses a wide range of musical genres and styles. Along with chamber, choral and concert works, he has written for such diverse mediums as jazz, opera, music theater, commercial and computer music. His compositional style has been described as "astonishingly flexible while retaining his unique voice." (Die Badische Neueste Nachrichten) Hulme's music "cannot be pigeon-holed into one compositional school" but rather draws upon the diverse elements of his musical experience to "weave a rich expressive texture." (Die Rheinpfalz Zeitung) [His]music reflects the ambience and musical approach of the North American musical tradition. Compositional eclecticism, a conscience, playful and uninhibited attitude with tradition and the crossover between “serious” and vernacular music. All these elements are to be found as well as the most advanced structural and aural techniques.” (Die Rheinpfalz Zeitung) Hulme studied at the Eastman School of Music and Yale University and was a Fulbright Scholar at the Hochschule für Musik in Vienna, Austria. Among his teachers were Jacob Druckman, Martin Bresnick, Francis Burt and Samuel Adler. He was invited twice to the Aspen Music Festival. For several years he made his living playing keyboards in professional jazz bands. From 1988 to 2003, Hulme lived in Karlsruhe, Germany where is co-director, conductor, arranger and keyboardist for Ensemble Surprise, a large eclectic ensemble presenting seven-hundred years of “new” music. “.. the Rector Spiritus, who know exactly what to do with the possibilities of this colorful ensemble” (Die Rheinpfalz Zeitung) He has received commissions and performances from numerous ensembles and organizations including the State Theater of Baden, the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, Southern German Radio, the Pioneer Valley Symphony, the Durham Symphony, the State Orchestra of Magdeburg, West German Radio, the Karlsruhe University Chorus, the ProArte concert series, the Rachèr Saxophone Orchestra, Klammer4, the Henschel Quartet and the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra. Lance Hulme presently teaches at North Carolina Central University in Durham, North Carolina.
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