Paul Jarman is a widely acclaimed Australian composer, performer, musical director, conductor and educator. His music has inspired singers and audiences around the world. As a cultural ambassador he has performed extensively throughout Australia, Europe, Asia, North America and the Pacific in over 40 countries with theatre productions, dance ensembles, Aboriginal-Anglo Celtic performance groups, choirs and orchestras; in festivals, special events, schools and towns as a conductor and musical director, and a member of Australia’s first ‘world music’ ensemble Sirocco since 1996 representing Australia in Pakistan, India, Taiwan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Laos, Vietnam, Singapore and the Philippines for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Musica Viva. He has also performed on many Australian feature films and television series and composed the music to award winning adventure documentaries by renowned cinematographer Mike Dillon, including ‘Ocean to Sky’, a film to honour the 100th Anniversary of the birth of Sir Edmund Hillary in 2019.
Paul has recently composed music for the Gondwana Voices 30th Anniversary, the Centenary of the birth of Sir Edmund Hillary, Festival of Voices Hobart, the Western Australian Choral Festival and a new piece for Sydney Grammar about the cave rescue of the Wild Boar Soccer team of Thailand. In 2020 Paul will write over 12 new commissions and work in Burma, Korea, China, Singapore and all over Australia as an artist in residence and guest speaker.
View his full bio HERE.
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