Mr Paul Comeau MISM

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Paul appears frequently as a concerto soloist and professional accompanist in Cornwall. He is particularly interested in chamber music, and is a member of the Citron Trio and the Benallack Trio. Paul and his son Ben have performed both as a piano duo and in joint organ-and-piano concerts (Ben is currently Organ Scholar at Girton College, Cambridge and has recently won the Northern Ireland International Organ Competition). Enquiries about bookings can be made to or by phoning 01872 273491.  

He has been involved for nearly thirty years with the rehearsal and performance of choral music and is in demand as a continuo player. He also writes programme notes for concerts given by Three Spires Singers and takes rehearsals on an occasional basis.  He has had several compositions commissioned for performance in Truro Cathedral. Some have been broadcast on Radio 3, both by St John’s College, Cambridge under Christopher Robinson, and by Truro Cathedral Choir under Andrew Nethsingha and Robert Sharpe. His music has appeared on three discs, the most recent of which, A Year at York, has just been released by Regent Records.  

He has had nearly 30 years’ experience of teaching piano, A level music, and assisting with theory and aural coaching. He is a visiting teacher at Truro School and Polwhele House School.  He was awarded the Gorsedd Shield for outstanding services to music in Cornwall in 2009.

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