Part-Time Faculty, Music
Cottage II 203
Since 1998, Mark Pultorak has been an Adjunct Professor of Music at Bucks County Community College teaching Introduction to Music, History of Jazz, and Applied Percussion. He designs and conducts Percussion and Small Jazz ensembles and developed and teaches a comprehensive summer jazz workshop for local high school students that expands their musical talent and encourages further pursuit of the arts. In addition, Mark has been a contributing professor to Bergen and Mercer County Community College music programs.
Mark has toured with The Supremes throughout the United States, Europe and Asia and was appointed resident percussionist for the National Dance Institute in New York. He has performed with New York Pops Orchestra, The Temptations, Lionel Hampton, Richie Cole, Cecil Payne, Ralph Bowen, Clifford Adams, Don Friedman, Ron McClure, Charles Fambrough, and James Williams. Mark’s discography includes CD recordings with: Lou Volpe, Trey Thompson, Bill Hollis, Don Friedman, The Elements, and Jeff Baumeister.
Special projects throughout Mark’s career include the establishment of clinics and workshops for the New Jersey State School Music Convention and National Conference as well as writing and arranging music for various high school marching band drum lines.
A member of the Percussive Arts Society, International Association of Jazz Educators, and the American Federation of Musicians, Local 802, Mark received his Master of Arts degree in Performance from New York University and a Bachelor of Arts in Music Education from The College of New Jersey.