Thank you to the following people for their help with this site.

  • Thomas Bisshop at Bisshop Systems for his consummate work in building this site.
  • Colin Offord for his artistic genius with the logo, photos and design.
  • Jenny Moon and the Hillcrest Christian College Choirs for singing audio samples.
  • Lance Soloman for recording and editing the audio samples.
  • Julia Ditterich for her words of wisdom.
  • Kylee Bijou for her excellent photos.

Thank you to the following people who paved the way.

  • Bill O’Toole, Peter Jacob, Andrew DeTeliga and Sirocco for inviting Paul into the group and introducing him to the world of international touring, events and management.
  • Lyn Williams, Sydney Children’s Choir, Gondwana Voices and Andrew Walsh for the very first commission in 1999 which introduced Paul to choral music.
  • Davina McClure and Ruth Friend (Take Note Music), for Paul’s very first residency at Caulfield Grammar in 2003, inspiring hundreds more.
  • Julie Christiansen and Paul Holley, the organisation of Voices of Birralee for ongoing support of Paul’s music.
  • Kim Sutherland and the Hunter Singers for inspiring the commissions of the Great War.
  • Mark O’Leary (Young Voices of Melbourne) for first publishing Paul’s music and his ongoing support of Australian choral music.
  • Musica Viva Australia for giving Paul the experience of working in thousands of schools.

Paul has ongoing connections to organisations, events, choirs, schools, colleges, musicians, teachers and communities. Stay connected with those who inspire the journey.

  • Community

    • Bellingen Music Festival
      The 2015 Bellingen Music Festival aims to encourage music by youth as well as bring classical music to the beautiful Bellinger Valley.
    • Crescendo Choir of Devonport
      Tasmania’s leading youth choir based in Devonport
    • Festival of Voices
      Hobart’s exciting celebration of singing and community
    • Gondwana Choirs
      Australia’s Premier Choral Organisation including Sydney Children’s Choir and Indigenous Children’s Choir
    • Harley Mead Music
      Paul’s great friend and inspirational composer – RIP – Always a brother
    • John McLean – John McLean Foundation
      John became the first person in a wheelchair to complete the Ironman World Championship and swim the English Channel in 1995 and 1998, respectively. He was part of the athletics team at both the Olympics and Paralympics in 2000
    • New England Conservatorium
      NECOM (New England Conservatorium of Music), is a thriving regional conservatorium on the northern tablelands of NS
    • The BEAT Festival Darwin
      The Beat Foundation has a long history in the youth arts landscape of the Northern Territory. For more than 30 years a dedicated band of people and organisations have worked together, making the annual Beat awards and Beat performances
    • The Bunbury Men of Song
      Western Australia’s renowned Male Choir
    • The General Store
      An innovative retail strategy company that believes that most of the answers for Australian retail can be found through insights and innovation
    • The Hunter Singers
      Based in Newcastle – One of Australia’s leading choirs for over 25 years
    • The South Australian Public Primary Schools Festival of Music
      With its genesis in 1891 as the Thousand Voice Choir, our program has been an integral part of South Australian life and stands as an official State Icon.
    • The WA Massed Choir Festival
      The W.A. Primary Schools’ Massed Choir Festival was started in 1994 by a group of primary school music teachers who saw a need for a major festival. It now reaches thousands of children.
    • The Young Voices of Melbourne
      The Young Voices of Melbourne was founded in February 1990 by Mark O’Leary and is now regarded as one of Australia’s finest children’s choirs.
    • Voices of Birralee
      Queensland’s Premier Choral Organisation

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