Conductor, singer, and educator, Patrick Pauloski, is a master of music student at Butler University, Indianapolis, Indiana, pursuing a degree in choral conducting. He is a native of Indianapolis, Indiana and holds a B.A. in music, voice performance, from Luther College, Decorah, Iowa. Patrick’s chorister experience includes singing under the direction of Henry Leck and Joshua Pedde as a child singer in the Indianapolis Children’s Choir, singing as a member of the esteemed Luther College Nordic Choir at which time was under the direction of Dr. Allen Hightower III, singing as a member of the St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Choir in Indianapolis, Indiana, and singing as a member of the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir under the leadership of Dr. Eric Stark. In addition to these choral experiences, Patrick has had the opportunity to teach pre-K through eighth grade general music in the Catholic diocese of Indianapolis as well as teach preparatory and early childhood level classes and choirs for the Indianapolis Children’s Choir. Patrick actively sings throughout the Indianapolis area and is a member of the Circle City Chamber Choir––C4. Most recently, Patrick was a young artist for the Indianapolis Opera Company during the summer of 2018, where he performed opera repertoire to young students around central Indiana. When Patrick is not conducting, singing, or teaching, he enjoys composing music for all sorts of ensembles, spending time in nature, and living an active lifestyle.