The Julius E. McCullough Biography
Julius E. McCullough, Clarinetist, Composer, Conductor, vocalist is a graduate of Norfolk State College, now, Norfolk State University and has continued his study of music at Temple University and Virginia State College.
Julius E. McCullough. He is a highly regarded Music Educator, Performer and Music Clinician. He has directed choirs, bands and orchestras in North Carolina, Virginia, Washington, D.C. and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Mr. McCullough was honored to perform as singer with Duke Ellington and his Orchestra in 1974 in the performances of his "Sacred Concerts"
Mr. McCullough is a Board Member of the National Association of Negro Musicians, Inc., the 2nd Assistant Director of the Eastern Region of the National Association of Negro Musicians, Inc, Artistic Director of the Boys Choir of Hampton Roads, Past Director of the Booker T. Washington High School Alumni Choir, Past Board Member of NASPAAM, Assistant Manager of the Valley Forge Music Fair, Devon, PA, a Founding Member of the Virginia Symphony Orchestra’s Advisory Council and President of the Tidewater Area Musicians.
Mr. McCullough serves on several Boards. He is:
1. A Life Member of the NAACP and Executive Board Member of the Norfolk Branch NAACP and serves as 1st Vice President.
2. Board Member of NASPAAM, (National Association of the Study and Performance of African-American Music)
3. Artistic Director/Conductor of the Boys Choir of Hampton Roads
4. A Life Member and 2nd Assistant Regional Director of the Eastern Region of NANM, Inc. (The National Association of Negro Musicians, Inc.)
5. A national board member of The National Association of Negro Musicians, Inc.
6. A Founding Member of the Virginia Symphony Orchestra Advisory Council.
Mr. McCullough was honored by Norfolk State University at its Music Department's Gala Extravaganza as "Outstanding Musician and Alumnus". He was also honored by Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society of Norfolk State University.
Mr. McCullough owns and operates Maestro Musik Werks Studio offering serves in Music Instruction, Music Composition and Publishing and Graphic Design.
Mr. Julius E. McCullough is a 1963 Charter Member of Epsilon Zeta Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. Norfolk State University.