David Hult Headshot

David Hult

Visiting Assistant Professor

School of Performing Arts
College of Liberal Arts
Director, Performing Arts Scholars Program
Applied Music Instructor (Strings)

David Hult

Visiting Assistant Professor

School of Performing Arts
College of Liberal Arts
Director, Performing Arts Scholars Program
Applied Music Instructor (Strings)

Currently Teaching

FNRT-256
1 Credits
Students will receive private (one-to-one) instrumental or voice lessons and participate in studio performance opportunities. Private lessons are offered to support the RIT ensembles program, therefore only students who are active participants in an approved RIT ensemble will be eligible for lessons.

In the News

  • December 8, 2021

    student singing into a microphone.

    Setting the Stage for the Performing Academic

    RIT students have never had as many ways to pursue their love of performing arts than they do now. From scholarships, new clubs and classes, private music lessons, community partnerships, and exciting new venues being built on campus, performing arts for RIT students is literally becoming a show stopper.

  • January 15, 2021

    members of concert band practicing outside.

    Performing Arts Scholars Program flourishes

    Now in its second year, the Performing Arts Scholars Program at RIT has more than doubled in participants, with 368 first-year students involved in classical or jazz instrumental music, voice, musical theater, acting, technical theater, dance, or video game composition.