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Paul L.

Voice, Piano, Guitar, Ear Training, Accordion, Banjo 

Paul is an active performer, music director and teacher in the New York City area. As a vocalist and multi-instrumentalist, Paul is fluent in all major musical styles ranging from classical to musical theater, jazz, pop and more. As a teacher and coach, Paul regularly works with Tony award-winning Broadway performers as well as professional opera singers.   

During college, as a member of the Harvard Krokodiloes, he made his solo and conducting debut at Carnegie Hall.  Later engagements as a soloist include the Cairo Opera House, Sydney Opera House, Rome Festival and an invitation to sing at the Kennedy Center Millennium Celebrations.

 

As a performer, Paul was most recently seen performing in My Name's Not Indian Joe by Elizabeth A. Davis at the Davenport Theatre Off-Broadway directed by Don Scardino (30 Rock, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt) as well as in John Doyle's revival of Allegro at Classic Stage Company.  Paul helped develop, music directed and played the part of Euturpe in the world premier of  Lyrical Langston: His Muse for Music. Later, he produced a successful commercial run of this show in association with the Lost Nation Theater. As a director, Paul worked at the Performing Arts High School made famous in the movie Fame, creating a brand new show, Life of the Party with Larry O'Keefe and Nell Benjamin, the creators of Legally Blonde on Broadway. He also directed off Broadway premiere of Sam Bernstein's new musical, The Queen’s Dilemma at the American Theater for Actors.  

Paul is also a member of the California Bar and has volunteered his legal services for environmental organizations.