At an early age, Paul sang in the choir of St Cross Chapel, and in January 1982 he won a choral scholarship into Winchester Cathedral Choir. While a chorister he sang many solos in services, broadcasts and oratorios; he toured Western Canada with the choir in 1982, and sang with them at the BBC Proms. He won several prizes as a chorister for his musical contribution at the Pilgrims' School, the Winchester Cathedral Choir school.
Paul achieved great success as treble soloist in Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Requiem", appearing with Sarah Brightman, Placido Domingo and the Winchester Cathedral Choir at the world premiere in New York and at the British premiere in Westminster Abbey. He was awarded a silver disc for the single "Pie Jesu", which reached number 3 in the charts, and also received gold and platinum discs for the album, which has sold over 400,000 copies.
In 1985 Paul sang twice at the Barbican Centre in London and also took part in Royal gala attended by the Queen in Edinburgh.
Paul was Head Chorister of Winchester Cathedral from January to July 1985. He played the piano and the French horn, then he went as music scholar at Cranleigh public school.
Paul Miles-Kingston later became a professional opera singer.
He now works at a school In North Yorkshire, St Peter's school, York, as a music teacher.
Paul Miles-Kingston The CD is a compilation of several LPs 1974-1988, with King's College Choir and Winchester Cathedral Choir. Contains four tracks from the Paul Miles-Kingston LP (EMI EL 27 03721).