About Paul, a baritone singer trained in Bel Canto, discovered his passion for officiating as a junior Hazzan in Bogota, Colombia, under the guidance of his mentor Rabbi Dr. Meir Gurevich. He also sang with choirs and directed a Youth Choir briefly at the Sephardic Synagogue. Later, he continued his training in the German and Eastern Ashkenazic traditions under the mentorship of Cantor Joachim Preuss and Chief Rabbi Alfredo Goldschmidt. While working as a dentist with a degree from the Pontifical Xavierian University and a focus on Music Therapy, Paul took over a part-time cantorial position and founded a translation company specializing in medical translations. He furthered his studies in Torah, Liturgy, and voice lessons in Jerusalem and New York and decided to dedicate his life to religious ministry in 1996. Cantor HellerBelsize Square Synagogue Paul has served as a Spiritual Leader in various Synagogues across South America and Europe, including the Great Synagogue of Stockholm and the Belsize Square Synagogue in London since 2013. He has performed at prestigious events in the presence of dignitaries, including royalty, Nobel Prize winners, and heads of state, and has been involved in Holocaust memorial events at Westminster Abbey. He is a member of the European Cantors Association and focuses on preserving Western European traditions in music, including works by composers such as Salomon Sulzer, Samuel Naumbourg, and Louis Lewandowski. Paul also has a strong affinity for Ladino and the history of the Sephardic diaspora. In addition to his cantorial duties, Paul gives lectures and concerts on various subjects and is involved in tutoring bnei mitzvah, officiating funerals and weddings. .