Paul Kimball is an active musician in Stockton. He is a graduate from UOP in Music Education, and has a Master’s degree from Holy Names University in the Kodaly Method. He was a French Horn player with the Stockton Symphony for 27 years in which he has guest conducted and soloed as a vocalist and horn player. He has conducted and prepared the voices for hundreds of performances of local musicals, and is the conductor and artistic director of the Zion Chamber Orchestra. Many UOP Conservatory faculty have played and soloed with this group. He is in his 34th year in the Lincoln Unified School District where he has taught Orchestra, Choir, Piano and Classroom Music. He is an Eagle Scout, loves hiking and is the Current Mr. San Joaquin. In 2018 he and his wife, Dr. Dominee Muller-Kimball were presented with the Star Award by the Stockton Arts Commission.
He is the author of Sight Singing Magic and We are all Human Beings/An Adoptee Ponders.
BM, University of the Pacific
MM, Holy Names University