Paul interviews acclaimed composer Harold Meltzer

Paul interviews acclaimed composer Harold Meltzer, who celebrates his 50th birthday with a program of major recent chamber works at National Sawdust, in a concert curated by Chris Grymes and featuring performances by Abby Fischer, Miranda Cuckson, the Boston Chamber Music Society, and here to read the full interview. *photo credit: Daniel Lin


BBC Music Magazine: Translating Shakespeare

Paul wrote a guest blog for BBC Music Magazine about Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing and Berlioz's Béatrice et Bénédict.  Of course, Paul is currently performing the role of Bénédict in Glyndebourne's Laurent Pelly production that runs until August 27. Here's a snippet: It’s a good thing Berlioz retitled his adaptation of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing.  Although Claudio [...]


The Guardian: Facing the Music

Paul is featured in today's Guardian in an interesting and revealing Q&A. "The US tenor, singing Bénédict at Glyndebourne, loves Berlioz, Bob Dylan and William Bolcom, warms up with Radiohead and works a room with Otis Redding" -Guardian, read the Q&A by clicking here


Wall Street Journal: Paul on Beatles & Schubert

Paul joins the New York Festival of Song on Tuesday, December 8, for a concert of Schubert and the Beatles at the Kaufman Centre in New York City (tickets & information). Paul spoke to the Wall Street Journal for a feature on the concert. Here's a snippet: The Beatles songs, some of the best-known tunes [...]


Featured in Final Note Magazine

Featured in this month's Final Note Magazine, Paul talks about life and career in this interview (accompanied by fresh pics by the talented Frances Marshall Photography), full interview here. Here's a snippet with Paul talking about his love/process of programming repertoire for recitals: "First and foremost, I start with songs I love. I try to [...]