German-American cellist Paul Dwyer is fortunate to have a rich musical life playing both historical and modern cello. He is principal cello of Music of the Baroque, assistant principal cellist of Lyric Opera of Chicago, and teaches cello and chamber music at Notre Dame University. He is also a founding member of the Diderot String Quartet and ACRONYM.
After spending his youth in Austria and Germany, Paul Dwyer returned to the United States, where he received a Bachelor of Music from Oberlin Conservatory and a Master of Music and Doctor of Musical Arts from the University of Michigan. He also completed additional graduate stusies in historical performance at The Julliard School. As a Fulbright scholar in Amsterdam, he studied contemporary music with Frances-Marie Uitti and Baroque cello with Anner Byslma.
Paul Dwyer appearas as soloist in "Baroque Heroes" on October 9 & 11 and "Circle of Friends" on May 7 & 8