Sharon J. Paul, School of Music and Dance

Sharon J. Paul

Sharon J. Paul, Robert Trotter Memorial Chair in Music

Practice Areas: Choral Conducting, Choral Music History, Choirs, Choral Singing, Score Study

Sharon J. Paul is an academic expert in choral conducting, choral music history, choirs and score study. At the University of Oregon, she is a professor of music and the director of Choral Studies. Her new book, Art & Science in the Choral Rehearsal, is on student engagement in rehearsals and how conductors can design their rehearsal technique by taking into account how the brain learns, retains, and recalls information. The University of Oregon Chamber Choir, under Sharon’s direction, has garnered international acclaim in recent years, winning top honors at festivals in Germany, Estonia, and Ireland.

Contact: | 541-346-3786


Recent Media:
UO Chamber Choir wins top international singing competition (Around the O, Aug. 22, 2019)
Oregon pip Dubs to take festival crown (Irish Examiner, May 6, 2013)
UO Chamber Choir to perform on campus before trip to Germany (Around the O, May 1, 2013)