Jerry Ulrich is Director of Choral Activities at Georgia Tech and the Lovett School. Dr. Ulrich came to Atlanta from LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts (the Fame school) in New York City and his previous teaching experience includes university positions in Ohio and New York and as a Visiting Fulbright Professor of Music at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in Glasgow, Scotland.
Dr. Ulrich’s early training include singing with legendary conductor Robert Shaw in the Atlanta Symphony Chorus and Chamber Chorus. His choral music is published by Carl Fischer, Hinshaw, Kjos, GIA, Abingdon, Yelton Rhodes, and Colla Voce.
ADAM LAY YBOUNDEN
SAB with piano or harp
Jerry Ulrich’s approach is […] energetic and compositionally variegated. […] asymmeteric meter […] accentuate[s] the unsettled mood of the [textual] fall from grace. […] This moderately easy anthem will be especially attractive to smaller choirs wishing to sing a service of lessons and carols.
–Jason Overall, The Journal of the Association of Anglican Musicians