International Concert Organist, Paul Rosoman was born and educated in New Zealand, and is currently Director of Music at both St Luke’s Church, and Old St Paul’s in Wellington.
As a concert organist, Paul tours in Europe each year, performing in major concert venues and festivals. His 2019 season included concert tour Great Britain, Germany, Poland and the Netherlands. He also plays regularly in New Zealand and Australia, in 2019 performing with The Orpheus Choir of Wellington in their “Carol of the Bells” concert and the Nelson Civic Choir’s performance of Gabriel Fauré’s Reqium, while in 2018 he performed as part of the New Zealand Festival chamber music series collaborating with NZSO brass players, in a concert commemorating WW100.
Paul is Artistic Director of the New Zealand International Organ Festival, an event presented by the Zimbelstern Foundation - a charitable foundation of which he is also Chair. He is also the director of Bayard Limited, an artist and concert management company specialising in representing organists.
As a recording artist, his CDs include “Great Organ”, recorded at St Peter’s on Willis in Wellington on the 1886 William Hill organ, and “Ciacona!”, the first recording of the organ of Old St Paul’s in Wellington and his performances are regularly heard on Radio New Zealand and Orgelroxx.
Early Music, Orchestral Work, Solo Performance
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