Paul is a native of Memphis, TN. He spent ten years in the Bay Area, receiving his MM in 2005 from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, and performing many main-stage roles with various companies, including Opera San Jose, West Edge Opera, Livermore Valley Opera, Opera Bangkok, the Silicon Valley Symphony, the San Francisco Bach Choir, the San Jose Symphonic Choir, the Sonoma County Bach Choir, Chora Nova, the Mendocino Music Festival, and the Santa Rosa Symphony.
He has served on the faculty of CSU Fresno and Santa Clara University. Now back in Memphis, while pursuing a doctorate at the University of Memphis, he is adjunct faculty at Rhodes College, and is a member of the Rhodes Mastersingers and Beale Canto.
Paul Woodie Whited
Daniel Spiotta a native Memphian, is a graduate of The Eastman School of Music, Daniel has performed all over the world, in a wide range of musical genres. Some of his favorites include: The Duke in Romeo et Julliette (NYC Lyric Opera at Carnegie Hall); Soloist for Neil Bergs Best Singers of Broadway at Lincoln Center. Recently he performed in both La Traviata and L'Italiana in Algeri with Opera Memphis. Recording artists credits include Paramount Pictures, Universal Studios, Sony, Disney, Marvin Hamlisch, Nike, KFC, Didi Conn, Patron Tequila.
He was featured in the national tours of Les Miserables, Jekyll and Hyde, Titanic. Off-Broadway he has performed with The York Theater. Regional theater credits include Papermill Playhouse, Goodspeed Opera House, The Fulton Opera, Northshore, West Virginia MT, Helen Hayes Theater. He was a Grand Award Winner of the Lotta Lenya Competition and regional winner of the Metropolitan Opera competition. His TV and films credits include Law and Order Criminal Intent, Absolutely Fabulous, Gossip Girl, 30 Rock, Curb Your Enthusiasm, The Onion Sports Network. Daniel will be working towards his masters of music with The University of Memphis starting in the fall of 2018. Proud member of AEA and SAG. Love to family, friends, and Wes.