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    Goodwin, Paul

    He is an oboist and conductor born in England.  He studied composition at Nottingham University and baroque oboe and contemporary oboe techniques at the Guildhall School of Music and then Vienna.  His career has seen him play principal oboe with The London Classical Players and The English Concert and with various other period ensembles.  He has performed as a soloist and conductor in prestigious halls all over the world and in several television and radio broadcasts.  As a conductor and director he has directed a Jonathon Miller production of Bach's St. Matthew's Passion in New York, is the director of the Dartington Festival Baroque Orchestra and the Royal College of Music Baroque Orchestra and the Associate Conductor of the Academy of Ancient Music.  He has made over 20 recordings which include works by Handel, Bach, Mozart and Albinoni .

     

    The King's Consort recordings

    Concerto No. 6 for 2 oboes in G Major, Op. 9 ( Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni )

    Hyperion 66383 (CD: Wind Concertos)

    Oboe - Paul Goodwin

    Oboe - Lorraine Wood

     

    Sources:

    1. http://www.hyperion-records.co.uk/artist_page.asp?name=goodwin
    2. http://www.bach-cantatas.com/Bio/Goodwin-Paul.htm

     

    Here he is leading Ilya Rashkovskiy and the Orchestre de Chambre de Wallonie in the 2nd Movement of Mozart's Piano Concerto No.21...

     

     

          

     

     

     

     

     

     



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