Paul Cline strongly believes that the act of singing is something that belongs to every human being, and enjoys finding ways for people to discover that calling. Paul’s passion for empowering people to sing began in high school, when he formed a vocal group with men from his church and taught them to sing parts by ear. Since then, he has created and led multiple vocal groups in college, and currently assists in leading his church choir.
Paul began music lessons on the violin at the age of 5, adding piano lessons at the age of 9 and voice lessons in high school. He was an enthusiastic violinist in the Winston-Salem Youth Symphony in North Carolina, and performed the Saint-Saens Piano Concerto No. 3, Mvt. 1 with them in 2014. Paul graduated from Wheaton College in 2020 with a degree in Music History, where he studied voice with Thomas Hueber. At Wheaton, he explored nearly every form of vocal ensemble singing, with a particular interest in Medieval and Renaissance music. He performed in several of Wheaton’s Opera Mainstage productions, including playing the lead role in Monteverdi’s L’Orfeo. When not singing, Paul enjoys math tutoring, computer programming, and getting lost in the mountains of North Carolina looking for waterfalls.