Paul Rudy (1962)
is a composer, writer, teacher and life-long student and lecturer.
His music, performed around the world, encompasses sounds from the
cactus of the desert, the kitchen, inside, outback and to the chamber
and orchestral stage. A fascination with sound has led from radio
programs in London and Aspen, Colorado, to orchestral and chamber
concert works to interactive, installation, and cinematic works, with,
and without visuals.|
to being recognized by his close friends and family, Rudy has received
awards from the Fulbright and Wurlitzer Foundations, Sounds Electric
'07 Competition (1st Prize), Bourges Electroacoustic Music Competition,
EMS (Sweden), SEAMUS, Meet the Composer, the American Composer's Forum,
SCI, National Music Teacher's Association and the Missouri Music Teacher's
done a lot of work to promote the music of living composers including
curating concerts throughout South American and Europe. He lectures
widely on sound in film and timbral practice in music.
at the University of Missouri at Kansas City and has an avid interest
in bicycling, hiking, camping, and mountaineering. In 1994 he completed
the Colorado Grand Slam after climbing all 54 of Colorado's 14,000
ft peaks and still hopes some day to go above 20,000 ft.