Paul McGough

Paul McGough, baritone, comes from Mullingar where he sang as boy treble in the Cathedral choir and was a music scholarship student at the Schola Cantorum, St. Finian’s College. He moved to Dublin where he graduated in Music from Trinity College while also singing at the RIAM and DIT.

Now based permanently in Dublin, Paul has enjoyed a freelance singing career both as a concert soloist and member of many groups, including the choirs of Christchurch Cathedral, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Resurgam, Anúna, Opera Ireland and Chamber Choir Ireland, to name but a few. A versatile vocalist, he has also sung with folk and pop artists like Paul Brady and the Corrs, represented Ireland as a champion barbershop singer and toured many of the world’s great stages as a founding member of the Irish show ‘Celtic Woman’.

Paul’s group Crux is Ireland’s leading vocal ensemble in the film and TV industry, featured in both Irish productions and international series such as ‘Vikings’. The group sings regularly at St. Mary’s Church at Haddington Road in Dublin.Paul also manages a variety of artists – including his wife saxophonist Natalia McGough – and is a leading fixer of voices for major events.

Other passions include travel, food, engineering, design and generally creating things.