H. David Pulliam is Director of Music and Organist at St. Luke’s Parish, Darien, CT, and serves as one of four Gold Award Examiners in the United States for the Royal School of Church Music. David is nationally recognized as an organist and trainer of young voices, and is frequently invited as a clinician and guest conductor of intergenerational choir programs across the country. As an organist, he has performed at the national conventions of the Organ Historical Society, the Hymn Society of the United States and Canada, the Music Teachers National Association, the Mid-Winter Conference of the Association of Anglican Musicians, has been broadcast on American Public Media’s Pipe Dreams, recorded on the Raven label with the Winston-Salem Youth Chorus, and performed in such venues as St. Mark’s, Venice, Italy, and Jack Singer Concert Hall, Calgary, Canada, to St. James in the City in Los Angeles and the National Basilica in Washington, DC.
A graduate of the UNC School of the Arts (MMus, BMus), he is on the staff of the RSCM’s Training Course at Newport, RI, and has been on the faculty at the Carolina Course in Raleigh, NC. As the former Diocesan Director of Music for the Episcopal Diocese of Western Massachusetts and while Organist/Choirmaster at Christ Church Cathedral, Springfield, David founded and directed The Bishop’s Choir School—the first RSCM Chorister program fully supported and funded by an Episcopal Diocese in the United States. David serves on the Editorial Board of the Association of Anglican Musicians, is a former Sub-Dean of the Springfield, MA, Chapter of the American Guild of Organists, and currently sits on the Board of the Choir School of Hartford.