Dr. Paul Busselberg is a member of the voice and choral faculty at Brigham Young University–Idaho, where he conducts the BYU-I Men’s Chorus, directs the Opera Workshop, and teaches Diction, studio voice, and other voice-related courses. Previously he was head of voice and choirs at San Jacinto College in Houston, Texas, and a voice faculty member at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. His choral compositions and arrangements are published by Walton Music and Sharpe Music Press. He holds degrees from Brigham Young University (BMus), the Eastman School of Music (MM), and Rice University (DMA).
He has been heard in solo performances with the Santa Fe Opera, Florentine Opera, Milwaukee Symphony, Southwestern Michigan Symphony Orchestra, Southwest Florida Symphony Orchestra, Buffalo Philharmonic, as well as the Bach Societies of Houston, Texas, and Rockford, Illinois. His recordings include Robert Cundick’s The Redeemer with BYU-Idaho, Johann Sebastian Bach’s cantata BWV 39 (Brich dem Hungrigen dein Brot) with the Bach Society Houston, and Songs on Poetry of Rabindranath Tagore and Karim Al-Zand’s Leila (Albany Records).