Paul Stiller is a graduate of Berklee College of Music and the University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire. He has been on the Ear Training faculty at Berklee since 1995 and has taught Ear Training 1-4, Rhythmic Ear Training, Performance Ear Training for Voice 1 & 2, Voice lessons, and a choral ensemble.
Aside from teaching, he has been an active adjudicator and clinician with numerous college and high school groups throughout the US and Japan.
He is a founding member, producer, arranger, and vocal percussionist for the a cappella group Vox One, which is comprised of all Berklee faculty.
He has opened for Stevie Ray Vaughan, Ray Charles, Atlanta Rhythm Section, Dwight Yoakam, Chicago, and the Woody Herman and Count Basie Orchestras.
Commercial work includes Sears, TCBY Treats, State Farm Insurance, Hood Milk, Pontiac/GMC, Superior Coffee, International Trucks, Sharp, and Dr. Pepper.
Paul received the 2012 Berklee Distinguished Faculty Award, and the 2013 Alumni Distinguished Achievement Award from the University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire.