Originally from Brandon, Manitoba, Paul Grambo now teaches and performs out of London, Ontario.
Some of his performances include the Elora Festival as a member of the Grammy and Juno nominated Elora Festival Singers, Colleening with AlvegoRoot Theatre, Jazz on Broadway and Porter & Costello with pianist Stephen Holowitz and soprano Amber Cunningham, the insistent Mr. Bluff in Mozart's The Impresario, Melchior is Giancarlo Menotti's Christmas opera, Amahl and the Night Visitors, the Remembrance Day production of Hearts Made Great (Victor Wise) with Orchestra London, Pacific Opera Victoria's production of Puccini's Tosca (Scarrione), and Mozart's Cosi fan tutte (Guglielmo) with UWOpera. On the lighter side, Paul had the opportunity to showcase his comic timing, stagecraft and character acting skills in Franz Lehar's The Merry Widow (Njegus), Giancarlo Menotti's Amahl and the Night Visitor (The Page), and the children's favourite Little Red Riding Hood (The Big Bad Wolf) by Seymour Barab, all with UWOpera. Previously, as a member of Edmonton Opera, he performed in Puccini's Turandot and in Rodgers and Hammerstein's South Pacific. Mr. Grambo has a Bachelor of Music degree from Brandon University and a Masters of Music degree in Performance and Literature from the University of Western Ontario.
As a teacher, Paul maintains a private studio and conducts workshops for choirs in London around south western Ontario. The website for his vocal studio is http://www.paulgrambo.com/. Paul has been a vocal coach and assisted with choir rehersals for the Canadian Celtic Choir since the fall of 2011.