Paul Ramage (France, b. 1986) is a violinist, improviser, and composer. He began his musical studies at the CRR de Cergy-Pontoise and, after obtaining his diploma of Musical Studies in violin, he entered Denis Dufour and Jonathan Prager’s composition classes at the CRR de Paris from where he graduated in 2013. He then obtained a Master's degree in electroacoustic composition at the INA-GRM. Composer of about forty works—acoustic, mixed, and instrumental—he has performed and has been played in various countries (France, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Romania, United Kingdom, Japan, United States, China...). He is the winner of the Metamorphosis Prize (music and research), the second place winner of the Russolo Prize, and holds the a French state diploma as a music teacher. He teaches sound creation at the conservatories in Châtenay-Malabry and Bagneux. Today, he is a member of Alcôme (Compagnie de création et de diffusion de musique contemporaine) and strives to bring all aspects of creation to life.