Paul Bustin is an alumnus of Mt. Allison University and the Opera performance program at Indiana University at Bloomington. He has been featured in broadcasts on CBC Radio, Radio Canada as well as National Public Radio (NPR).

Mr. Bustin has been a featured soloist with The Knoxville Symphony and Indianapolis Opera and created the role of “Enrico Fermi” in The Woman at Otowi Crossing with Opera Theater of Saint Louis.

Symphonic performances include Requiem, W.A. Mozart; Requiem, G. Faure; The Seasons,
Haydn; The Messiah, G.F Handel; Requiem, Liszt; The Ninth Symphony, L.V. Beethoven and the German Requiem, Brahms.

Operatic roles include: “Golaud” in Debussy’s Pelleas et Melisande; “Zuniga” in Bizet’s Carmen; “Leandre” in Prokofiev’s L’amour des Trois Oranges; “Baron” in Verdi’s La Traviata as well as both “Angelotti” and the “Sacristan” in Puccini’s Tosca.

“Mr. Bustin possesses an impressive, resonant baritone voice of wide range and outstanding flexibility. He is a convincing operatic interpreter and artist”.
Giorgio Tozzi