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Paul Halley at the organ at Cathedrale St-Sauveur, Aix-en-Provence

Paul Halley 
MA(Cantab.), FRCO, ARCT

Five-time Grammy-winning

      composer, conductor, and performer

Co-Founder and Creative Director (1998 -)
Pelagos Incorporated, Canaan, CT
Recordings, Music Publishing, Arts Management

Director of Music (2007 - )
University of King's College Chapel

University Musician (2007 -)
Atlantic School of Theology
Halifax, Nova Scotia

Founder and Artistic Director (1991-2007)
Joyful Noise, Inc., Torrington, CT
Chorus Angelicus and Gaudeamus
The Battell Chamber Orchestra and Brass

Director of Music (2007 - 2010)
St. George's Anglican Church, Halifax, NS

Director of Music (1998-2007)
Trinity Episcopal Church, Torrington, CT

Director of Music (1977-1990)
The Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York, NY

Principal Composer and Keyboardist (1980-1998)
The Paul Winter Consort, Litchfield, CT

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Paul Halley is the winner of five Grammy Awards for his contributions as writer and performer on recordings by the Paul Winter Consort, of which he was a member for eighteen years. Paul was Director of Music of The Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York City for thirteen years, as well as the Founder and Artistic Director of the acclaimed choirs, Chorus Angelicus and Gaudeamus, based in Torrington, CT. Paul relocated to Halifax, Nova Scotia in 2007 to become Director of Chapel Music at the University of King's College, Director of Music at St. George's Anglican Church, and University Musician at Atlantic School of Theology...
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