Paul John Rudoi is an award-winning composer, conductor, tenor vocalist, and arts entrepreneur. Deemed “indesputably unique, confident, and innovative” through the American Prize, Rudoi’s award-winning compositions have been commissioned and performed by various ensembles and artists throughout North America and Europe, including Orphei Dränger, the Vancouver Chamber Singers, the British Trombone Society, Cantus, and the National Lutheran Choir. His work has garnered numerous grants from the Jerome Foundation, the ACF, MRAC, MSAB, the NEA, and ASCAP. His music is published through PJR Music alongside Graphite, Santa Barbara, Walton, Morningstar, and ECS music publishers.

As a professional tenor vocalist, he has performed and recorded a wide range of music in professional ensembles nationwide including Seraphic Fire, The Santa Fe Desert Chorale, True Concord, the Oregon Bach Festival, and most notably as a member of the full-time vocal ensemble Cantus. During his eight year tenure with Cantus, he premiered dozens of new works for male chorus, traveled on four continents, and advocated for arts education and empowerment through education outreach opportunities nationwide.

Rudoi is a fierce advocate for new music trends, resources, and issues. His most recent project, “Consortio,” is designed to help composers, conductors, and ensembles find common themes and interests for consortium-based commissioning while offering tools and services to make commissioning music more readily accessible and feasible. He holds degrees from the Hartt School and the University of Oregon.

If I Were a DogVoicing: SAB  Accompaniment: Piano  Performance Length: 3:31  Notation: Standard  Text Source: Richard Shelton  Language: English  Descriptive Terms: Animals, Funny, Love, Pets, Touching  First Performance: Mar 19, 2018: South Salem High School Chamber Men’s Choir, Will McLean, Rose Auditorium, South Salem High School, Salem, OR Text Setting Composer’s Notes Source for Scores (P:E 876/877~2018-Q4)
Coventry CarolVoicing: SATB  Accompaniment: Unaccompanied  Performance Length: 3:01  Notation: Standard  Text Source: Pageant of the Shearmen and Tailors  Language: English  Seasonal/Liturgical Uses: Advent, Christmas  Descriptive Terms: Sadness, Death, Serene, Love, Motherhood  First Performance: December 07, 2019 : Seraphic Fire, James Bass, Grafton Community Church, Grafton, VT Text Setting Composer’s Notes Source for Scores (P:E 876/1502~2020-Q4)