Paul Fake

Paul Fake (b. 1987) is a professional composer living in Boston, MA. He holds both an MM and a BM in Composition from The Boston Conservatory, where he studied with Marti Epstein, Curtis K. Hughes, Andy Vores, and Dr. Eun Young Lee. Upon graduating, Fake was awarded the Roger Sessions Memorial Composition Award and the Alumni Award for Academic Achievement. In 2014, Boston’s WCRB radio station selected his composition for their sound logo, and it is heard by thousands of listeners every day. He was also selected as winner of The Boston Conservatory Women’s Chorus Composition Competition in 2014 for his piece Twelve Days, and as winner of The Boston Conservatory Bass Clarinet Composition Competition in 2015 for his piece Boronea.


LISTEN: Boronea for clarinet ensemble
Clarinet ensemble of six bass clarinets (two doubling Eb clarinet) and contrabass clarinet. Performed by Steph Clark, Chuck Furlong, Louis Coy, David Dziardziel, Sophie Kass, Nicole DeMaio, and David Angelo, conducted by Indervir Singh.



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