Paul Kimball, guest artist
Mr. Kimball has taught music in the Lincoln Unified School District for twenty-eight years—twenty at Tully C. Knoles and the past eight at Lincoln High School, where his top choir was one of only ten accepted to compete in the 2015 Golden State Choral Competition. He is also the conductor of the Zion (formerly St. John’s) Chamber Orchestra. Mr. Kimball graduated from the University of the Pacific’s Conservatory of Music and played horn in the Stockton Symphony for twenty-seven years.
Paul Kimball has served as music director for over forty productions, among them Delta College’s The King and I with Patricia Morrison and The Music Man, for which he received the regional Elly Award; the 2004 All-America City competition in Atlanta, Georgia; and many productions at Stockton Civic Theatre. He has guest-conducted Ballet San Joaquin and the Stockton Symphony’s Mervyn’s Family Concerts, served as chorus master for Stockton Opera, and garnered accolades singing the role of Adolfo Pirelli in Stockton Civic Theatre’s production of Sweeney Todd.