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Robert Paul Sullivan is an accomplished musician performing solos, chamber, and orchestral capacities in the New England region, as well as other parts of the country and in Europe. His performances have included the Boston Symphony Orchestra, most recently the opening Gala concert of Mahler's Symphony No. 8 with conductor James Levine in Boston and New York; Boston Celebrity Series; Alea III; New Hampshire Symphony Orchestra; Rhode Island Symphony Orchestra; Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra; Boston Ballet; Boston Opera Company; Musica Viva, and others.
Sullivan has performed with Broadway productions of Chicago, Ragtime, Fiddler on the Roof, and Man of La Mancha, as well as performing Irish folk music with the band Jug O' Punch, and dueting, since the late 1950s, with Thomas Greene. He has also participated several times, as both a member and as president, of the jury at the Emilio Pujol Classical Guitar Competition in Sardinia, Italy. During the summer season, Sullivan is a conductor for the American Mandolin and Guitar Summer School.
Studies at NEC; Harvard University Summer School; Universidad de Cervera, Spain. Studies with Hibbard Perry, William Sykes, Alexander Bellow, Rey de la Torre, Oscar Ghigha, Emilio Pujol, Barry Galbraith. Former faculty of University of Rhode Island, Syracuse University, and Clark University. Faculty of NEC Preparatory School and School of Continuing Education, College of the Holy Cross, and Anna Maria College.
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