Oberlin Conservatory dean Stull headed to San Francisco Conservatory

Posted on: March 21, 2013

In Wednesday’s (3/20) Plain Dealer (Cleveland), Donald Rosenberg reports, “David H. Stull will leave his posts as dean of the Oberlin Conservatory and professor of brass studies at Oberlin College at the end of June to become president of the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. Stull served as associate dean of the Oberlin Conservatory from 2000 to 2004, when he was appointed dean. Previously, he held positions at Lawrence University’s Conservatory of Music in Appleton, Wisconsin, and served as associate director of admissions for the Juilliard School from 1990 to 1993. During his tenure at Oberlin, Stull oversaw numerous significant developments. He helped raise $40 million in donations, including $21 million for the Kohl Building and funds for professorships, scholarships and program support. … In February 2010, Stull accepted the National Medal of Arts presented to the Oberlin Conservatory by President Barack Obama. … Stull, a Cincinnati native, earned degrees in tuba performance and English literature at Oberlin College. He attended the Aspen Music Festival and pursued further study at Juilliard in the American Brass Quintet program before completing a master’s degree at the University of Wisconsin at Madison.”

Posted March 21, 2013