Paul Phoenix’s long career in the music business began in the 1970’s as a Chorister in St. Paul’s Cathedral Choir in the City of London. He sang in the Queen’s Silver Jubilee service in 1977. His musical education continued at the Royal Northern College of Music, in Manchester, England, between 1986 and 1991. After six years as a freelance tenor, Paul joined the King’s Singers in 1997 and over the next seventeen years and 2000 concerts sang in many of the world’s greatest concert halls, from Sydney Opera House to Carnegie Hall! As well as a packed concert schedule, King’s Singers recordings continue to be released to critical acclaim, and in 2009 Paul was awarded a Grammy as co-producer and soloist on the album, ‘Simple Gifts’, as well as performing on the 2011 Grammy-winning recording, Light and Gold’, featuring works by the American composer, Eric Whitacre. His work continues to take him around the world, with recent visits to Colombia, China, across Europe and the USA and tours to Australia and Taiwan as a soloist, speaker, presenter, vocal and performance coach. Paul lives in Cambridge, England with his wife, Helena and two teenage sons, William and Edward.