Paul Dyne
Paul Dyne 

Paul Dyne lived in Montreal, Canada from 1970 to 1980, working with numerous top Canadian musicians as well as U.S. jazz legends Sonny Stitt (alto sax) and Pepper Adams (baritone sax). Since returning to New Zealand in 1980, Paul has played on an array of radio programmes and albums. He remains a first choice for visiting international artists, which have included Lee Konitz, Emily Remler, Bruce Forman, Bill Cunliffe, Ralph Sutton, Bobby Shew, Mike Nock, Andrew Hill, Darrell Grant, Scott Hamilton, and many others. Between 1989 and 2002, Paul was the Head of Jazz at the New Zrealand School of Music. He continues to be a vital presence within the Wellington jazz scene.