In the 1960s, he spent several years as an arranger and composer for the Stan Kenton and Duke Ellington Orchestras. During this time, he was also a founder and the musical director for the Second City Theater in Chicago, and later musical director for the Committee Theater in San Francisco.
He founded The Sufi Choir, a group devoted to the teachings of Samuel L. Lewis. He directed the group during its existence from 1969 until 1982. In the 1970s, he served on the faculties of the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and Mills College.
Since the early 1980s, he has been releasing piano works and other solo and ensemble recordings. He is the owner of the label Cold Mountain Music, and has authored 4 books on music theory and expression.
Allaudin Mathieu Discography Tracks
- 1 Vocals
- 12 Instruments & Performance
- 20 Writing & Arrangement
- 2 Conducting & Leading
- 3 Production
- 6 Technical
- 2 Visual
- 2 Acting, Literary & Spoken