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Samuel Krall

Organization: University of Tulsa
Title: Applied Assistant Professor & Co-Director of Arts, Culture, and Entertainment (ACE) Management, University of Tulsa
Program Graduation: BM, ALP Certificate 2010
Musical Studies: Guitar, Voice
Musical Specialties: Early Music, Freelance, Higher Education
Non-Musical Specialties: Career Support, Leadership


Sam Krall serves as Applied Assistant Professor & Co-Director of the University of Tulsa’s Arts, Culture, and Entertainment (ACE) Management Program. He is currently Director of the Alexandre Hogue Gallery and in October 2021 presented for the Association of Arts Administration Educators. As arts career specialist, Sam supported musicians at both the Eastman School of Music and Syracuse University in developing career skills. Recognized in arts career and entrepreneurship development, Sam has presented nationally for Chamber Music America, The Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centers, the Berklee College of Music, the Brooklyn College and Conservatory, the Interlochen Arts Academy and served as Arts-Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Adams State University. A classically trained guitarist and vocalist, Sam made his Carnegie Hall debut in May 2014, as Sir Thomas Morton in Howard Hanson’s “Merry Mount.” He has performed with a variety of professional ensembles and continues performing in Tulsa with St. John’s Chamber Choir and the Oklahoma Bach Choir.