Doris Hall-Gulati


In addition to the OC POPS, Doris is also a member of Opera Philadelphia, the Lancaster Symphony, and the Fulbright-Hays awarded ensemble Trio Clavino. She also performs regularly with the PA Ballet, The Philly Pops, the Delaware Symphony, Orchestra 2001. Doris became an Artist-in-Residence at Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, PA and on faculty of the Lancaster Bible College.

After being awarded First Prize in the Louise D. McMahon International Music Competition, Doris gave her New York City debut, performing the world premiere of John Carbon's "Rhapsody for Clarinet and Orchestra," at Avery Fischer Hall, Lincoln Center, with Gerard Schwarz and the New York Chamber Symphony.  Most recently, Doris won a 2019 Grammy Award as clarinet soloist with “The Crossing” on an Oratorio by Lansing McLoskey titled ZEALOT CANTICLES. 

Doris and her husband Andy are active in the Catastrophic Relief Alliance. providing support by rebuilding homes affected by natural disasters.  Their most recent trip was in January 2019, traveling to New Orleans to assist with the continued recovery from the Hurricane Katrina devastation.