Since his Carnegie Hall début in 1992, Anders Paulsson is widely recognized as one of the finest soprano saxophonists in the world. His musicianship has inspired more than 60 composers to write Concertos and chamber music for him and he has performed in major music centres across the world, often appearing on international television and radio. Anders Paulsson studied at the Royal Academy of Music in Stockholm and with Jean-Marie Londeix in France, as well as with Joseph Allard and Bob Mintzer at the Manhattan School of Music, New York. In 2012 he was awarded the Swedish Royal gold medal ‘Litteris et Artibus’ for his artistic achievements. Anders Paulsson is also an award-winning composer.
As the concert world comes to life after the pandemic he envisions musical collaborations beyond business as usual, like more creative programming and performance concepts that reach new audiences and have relevance to the most urgent issues of our time – ecological recovery and strengthening of democracy.
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