The American soprano, Paula Malone, graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Music degree, studying with Ann Harrell.
Paula Malone has performed such operatic roles as the Queen of the Night in W.A. Mozartís The Magic Flute, Gretel in Engelbert Humperdinckís Hansel and Gretel, the title role in Donizettiís Lucia di Lamermoor, Christine in Yestonís Phantom and Sophie from Richard Straussí Der Rosenkavalier. Her first love, however, is oratorio literature in which she has performed as soloist in Johannes Brahmsí A German Requiem, Felix Mendelssohnís Elijah, Haydnís Creation and John Rutterís Requiem. In 2006, she appeared in recital with Sara SantíAmbrogio, cellist from the Eroica Trio. In 2011, she premiered an arrangement of Richard Strauss' Vier Letzte Lieder with the Eroica Trio.
Paula Malone has taught at the University of Central Oklahoma and has been on the voice faculty of Herbert W. Armstrong College since its opening in fall 2001. She has also appeared extensively on inspirational Christian albums produced by the Philadelphia Church of God since 1996 - appearing on 11 albums and recording in a variety of styles including oratorio, Christian contemporary and folk ballads.
Paula Malone is married to Ryan Malone, a composer/conductor/pianist/baritone; making beautiful music together ever since- - 3 musical kids as proof. She currently lives in Edmond, Oklahoma.