Paul John Rudoi
Paul John Rudoi is an award-winning musician, entrepreneur, and advocate for arts access. Deemed “indisputably unique, confident, and innovative” through the American Prize, Paul’s compositions have been commissioned and performed by various ensembles and artists throughout North America and Europe. As a professional tenor vocalist, Paul has performed and recorded a wide range of music in professional ensembles nationwide, most notably as a member of Cantus. As a conductor, Paul most recently served as the 3rd Artistic Director for the St. John’s Boys’ Choir, an internationally recognized boys choir for boys ages 8-15, during its 40th Anniversary Season. Paul is a fierce advocate for new music trends, resources, and issues. He is co-founder and CEO of “Consortio,” the online consortium building platform designed to help composers, conductors, and ensembles find common themes and interests for consortium-based commissioning while offering tools and services to make such commissioning more readily accessible and feasible. Visit consortio.io for more information. Paul holds degrees from the Hartt School and the University of Oregon. His teachers have included Dr. Sharon Paul, Robert Kyr, and Dr. Edward Bolkovac.