Paul Fowler is a genre-hopping composer, improviser, and stage performer who integrates old and new into “emotionally intense” (Washington Post) works which are “radiant, ghostly and shimmering” (New York Times). His works have been performed at Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, the Park Avenue Armory, the National Concert Hall of Taiwan and the Borealis Festival of Norway, with commissions from New York Youth Symphony, SYMPHO, The Crossing (choir) and Ju Percussion Group.
Paul recently sang the title role in Handel’s Orlando with the Boulder Opera, performed harmonic singing and laptop-based live-looping with the San Juan Symphony and lent his voice and keyboard skills to several albums – indie rock, jazz, folk and otherwise. He’s worked with jazz luminaries, Bruce Dunlap, Rob Schepps, and Andre Wright, was musical director for Grammy-winner, Robert Mirabal, and performed across the country as well as in Japan, Ecuador and at New Orleans Jazz Fest. At his home in Colorado, Paul teaches at Naropa University and collaborates regularly with 3rd Law Dance/Theater, The Catamounts and the Ars Nova Singers.