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Dr. Paul Pitts Accomplishments & Honors:


Dr. Paul Pitts has now sung over 5000 performances on 7 continents, to over 5 billion people by television, radio, recordings, and personal appearances. Here are some of the highlights of his career thus far.


-The soloist for the 60th Anniversary television special celebrating Israel’s 60 years of Statehood, with Benjamin Netanyahu. This internationally televised event was broadcast to 200 countries with over 300 million viewers worldwide.


-The featured soloist for the “Concert of Peace” uniting North and South Ireland. This was held at the Waterfront Arena in Belfast.


-Paul has sung at the Porsche Arena (Stuttgart, Germany), ExCel Center (London, England), Moriches Island of the South East coast of Africa with over 90,000 people in attendance, and Taipei, Taiwan.

-He has been awarded an honorary doctorate in humanities from Coral Ridge University.


-He is winner of the “Outstanding Young Men of America” award.


-Paul Pitts has shared the stage with motivational speakers such as; Zig Ziglar, John Maxwell and many others. He has appeared at James Dobson’s “Focus on the Family” and “In Touch” television program with Dr. Charles Stanley.


-He has performed at the Crystal Cathedral, Alamo Dome, Amway Arena in Orlando Florida, Cypress Gardens and Opryland USA.


-Recently Nino Pantino, a critic reviewing a performance of Pagliacci in New York, which Paul sang the role of Canio, expressed, “Dr. Pitts has one of the most beautiful voices in existence today with impeccable diction and admirable declamatory skills. In short, he is the Canio of our time.”


-Paul will sing the title role of the opera Otello this year, at Lincoln Center, New York City, for the American National Opera Company.


-He is now performing “The Scribe” an unforgettable, dramatic musical performance, depicting the life of Christ as told from a scribe’s point of view and himself becoming a believer through the testimony of Simon Peter.


Dr. Pitts sings with a compassion for people. St. Petersburg Times quoted Paul as saying, “If I can touch someone’s heart with the love of God I will have lived out my purpose."

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