Paul Goodwin

Paul Goodwin is renowned for his historically informed interpretations of music of all periods, his wide repertoire and his interest in contemporary music. He has a great passion for incorporating period style within the traditional orchestral world and creating idiosyncratic and dynamic programs. He is Artistic Director and Conductor of the Carmel Bach Festival in California and Principal Guest Conductor of Capella Aquileia in Heidenheim, Germany.

Paul has a wide symphonic repertoire conducting orchestras throughout the world, such as : the BBC Philharmonic, the Hallé Orchestra, the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Royal Scottish National Orchestra and Scottish Chamber Orchestra in the UK; the San Francisco Symphony, the Philadelphia Orchestra, Minnesota Orchestra, National Symphony Orchestra Washington, Seattle Symphony Orchestra and the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra in the US; the National Orchestras of Belgian, Spain, Poland and Taiwan, the Rotterdam, Auckland, Helsinki and Royal Stockholm Philharmonics and the Bayerischer, Hessischer, NDR (Hannover), and MDR (Leipzig) Rundfunkorchester in Europe.

In opera, Paul’s successes have included Iphigenie en Tauride at the Komische Oper Berlin, Rape of Lucretia at the Teatro Real Madrid and Orlando at Scottish Opera and Opera Australia, and Handel’s Jeptha at Welsh National Opera.… Full Bio

Paul Goodwin Reviews:

“an extraordinary achievement.” –Jason Serinus, Bay Area Reporter