Visiting Assistant Professor (Collaborative Music)
Alexei Ulitin, a native of Kiev, Ukraine, actively performs as a collaborative artist and a soloist. He has worked as a member of the musical staff at several prestigious music festivals, including Aspen, Siena, and Northern Lights. He was a recipient of a New Horizons Fellowship at Aspen Music Festival for three years (2013-15).
Ulitin has served as an adjunct piano faculty member at Rowan University, N.J. He has won prizes in numerous competitions, including the 2014 Baltimore Music Club Competition (first prize), 2014 Wonderlic Piano Competition, 2013 Liszt-Garrison International Piano Competition, 2010 International Young Artist Piano Competition in Washington, D.C. (first prize), and 2010 Music Teachers National Association competition (Eastern Division Winner).
He earned a Bachelor of Music from Rowan University, Master of Music from the National Music Academy of Ukraine in Kiev, and Doctor of Musical Arts from the University of Maryland.