About Paul

Despite having great hair, he wears a lot of hats.

Paul Peglar is a Brooklyn-based producer, curator, music director and performer.

After discovering music and theater in native Cleveland, Ohio his family moved to Sonoma County, California where he formed an award winning barbershop quartet and wrote his first full-length original musical. Upon graduating from UCLA’s School of Theater, Film and Television, Paul worked on stage and screen and now boasts at least 3 quality results pages on Google.

For over a decade Paul has helped found numerous artistic entities, most notably:

•Verve Forecast vocal-electronic collective Sonos, whose US/UK touring included live performances at SXSW, Sundance, ASCAP, NPR, BBC, XM/Sirius and collaborations with Sara Bareilles, Kanye West, and Margaret Atwood.

•Postmodern vaudeville duo Dakaboom, co-created with his best friend, who have amassed over 400 performances to date: Princess Cruises, the L.A. Made series, hosting/headlining numerous festivals and colleges, and the Television Academy's 70th Anniversary Gala.

•Brooklyn artist collective ECHT, which provides space and opportunity for artists and produces events including their artist feature series Fear/Love and Same Same But Different, a monthly micro-festival.

Paul served three summers as Music Director for TASIS (The American School In Switzerland) where he composed an original score for the world debut musical of The Little Prince. As an educator he has worked with Atlantic Theater Company, Imagine Works, Education Through Music and The Leadership Program.

He currently curates the Olympic Tower Music Program on 5th Avenue and occasionally sings/plays keys for R&B project The Dons & psych-rock band Strange Weather.

Paul loves traveling & spending as much time outside in nature as possible, often with his camera. He is currently working on new original music and a written project about cannabis oil and his mother's incredible recovery from stage 4 melanoma.

-May 2019

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