Covered Covered & Performed Scenes Premiere of New Work Concert
Bring Him Home
Das Lamm verstummt
Empio per farti guerra
Se Il Tuo Duol
The Impossible Dream
Drapers' Company Scholarship (1st ever recipient) (1998)
Trinity College Of Music Silver Medal for Voice (1st ever recipient) (1998)
Paul left a career in the City to study under Hazel Wood at Trinity College of Music, where he gained both Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees and was a prizewinner - the first recipient of the TCM silver medal for voice. In 1998/9, he was awarded the first Drapers’ Company scholarship.
Operatic roles include: Don Ottavio, Don Giovanni; M. Vögelsang, Schauspieldirektor; Pastore I, Orfeo; Gaoler, Dialogue des Carmélites; Henry B., Mother of Us All (UK Premiere); 4th Fisherman, Albatross (World Premiere); Nettuno, Vistolo Fiume, & Astolfo, La Liberatione di Ruggiero dall’Isola d’Alcina (UK Premiere). Oratorio includes: Bach, St. John Passion (Evangelist); Beethoven, Christus am Olberge (Jesus); Britten, St. Nicolas; Händel, Messiah; Haydn, Complete Masses and Creation; Mozart, Complete Masses; Schütz, Weihnachts Oratorium (Evangelist); Stainer, Crucifixion.
Paul has toured both nationally and internationally both as one of Ireland’s Three Tenors and of Twelve Irish Tenors, for which he was both Vocal Captain and Dance Captain, and also was MD in Reno. He has also appeared as a lead in Broadway: A Star-Spangled Celebration in Branson, Missouri. He appeared as Ebenezer Scrooge in A Christmas Carol at the Palace Theatre, Myrtle Beach SC. He has appeared as a featured artist in the Queen show Somebody To Love touring the Netherlands. Most recently, he has toured Scandinavia and the Netherlands as one of The Tenors as Vocal Captain and Assistant Director. He has given recitals and concerts in the U.K., Europe, Africa and America. His recordings include the critically acclaimed Cantique des Cantiques of Daniel-Lesur on ASV and contemporary works. He made his Wigmore Hall debut in 1998 in a concert of contemporary songs with Rebecca Smith. He has recently launched a recital series with the increasingly renowned mezzo Lindsay Richardson, with whom he can regularly be heard singing at the Church of St. Saviour, Warwick Avenue in Little Venice. As an actor-musician, most recently, he has appeared as Jim Priddy/trombonist in two national tours of Bugle Boy: the Life Story of Glenn Miller.
He is currently pleased to study privately under Bertie Rice when in the U.K., and to teach singing at the London College of Music.
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