Skip to main contentSkip to main navigationSkip to footer content

Paul Quigley

Headshot of Paul Quigley, holding a guitar.Adjunct Instructor of Guitar, Guitar Ensembles
518-381-1231, ext. 2

M.M., B.M., Manhattan School of Music
A.S., SUNY Schenectady County Community College

Guitarist Paul Quigley has performed with the Glens Falls Symphony and as concerto soloist with The University Orchestra at SUNY Albany. Other solo and chamber music performances include Troy Music Hall, the Riverside Church Christ Chapel series, Hunter College, The Spanish Institute, and the Oberwald Concert Series in Basel, Switzerland. Additionally, Paul was a featured performer on the Queen Elizabeth II World Cruise and the Queen Mary II and Crystal Symphony ships. Paul is a member of the Finger Lakes Guitar Quartet which has performed at the Cleveland Guitar Society’s “Up and Coming Artists” series, Marietta College, Lake Luzerne Summer Music Festival, Zankel Music Center, Keuka College, and the Great Lakes Guitar Society.

Recent performances include works written for the FLGQ including premieres of “Forever Wild”, by Evan Mack (written for the FLGQ and the Albany Symphony Orchestra), and “Sonata for Four Guitars” by Brett Wery. A versatile musician, Paul performs electric guitar in the Rock/Blues band “Nite Train with Thomasina Winslow” and is featured on the 2020 recording, “Cat on a Mission”.

A graduate of SUNY Schenectady and the Manhattan School of Music, Paul earned the A.S., B.M., and M.M. degrees in guitar performance. He is currently on faculty at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, the College of Saint Rose, and SUNY Schenectady.