Concerts & Events of this season
February 20-March 2 2013: Associate conductor for Ithaca College's production of Gianni Schicchi and Suor Angelica. More information, and tickets on sale here.
Februrary 24 2013: Premiere of I Venti by Central New Jersey Symphony, 3pm at the United Reformed Church in Somerville NJ. More details on the CJSO's concert season can be found here.
Februrary 26 2013: Conducts Suor Angelica at Ithaca College's Hoerner Theater. 8pm, Dillingham Center. More information, and tickets on sale here.
March 3 2013: Premiere of I Venti by Central New Jersey Symphony, 3pm at the Prince of Peave Lutheran Church in Princeton Junction NJ. More details on the CJSO's concert season can be found here.
March 25 2013: Conducts premiere of Lapses for orchestra by Alex Yoder. 8:15pm, Ford Hall, Ithaca College. Admission free.
April 6 2013: Conducts a Britten Centennial Celebration with soloists Colin Speirs and Andrew Mattfeld. Featured are Britten's Serenade for Tenor, Horn, and Strings, and the Variations on a Theme by Frank Bridge. 3pm, First Presbyterian Church Ithaca NY. Admission free, freewill donation accepted.
April 7 2013: Conducts the world premiere of Benjamin Montgomery's new piano concerto Deconstruction, with soloist Sean Cotty. 3pm, Ford Hall, Ithaca College. Admission free.
Spring 2013: Premiere of completed version of Visions, concerto for vibraphone and chamber orchestra. Details to follow.
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|Notable Events of
February 3, 2013: Conducts Ithaca College Symphony Orchestra. Beethoven's Egmont Overture, Strauss' Death and Transfiguration, and the winner of the high school piano concerto competition. Ford Hall, Ithaca College Campus, 4:00 pm
November 11, 2012: Guest conducts for the premiere concert of the Ithaca Gamers Orchestra. Presser Hall, Ithaca College campus, 3:15pm.
October 12, 2012: Conducts Ithaca College Chamber Orchestra. Wagner, Siegfried Idyll, Haydn, Surprise Symphony. Ford Hall, Ithaca College Campus, 8:15 pm
September 23, 2012: Conducts premiere of Monuments Men, a chamber opera, at Ithaca College. Presser Recital Hall, 3pm.
March 13, 2012: Conducts Ithaca College Symphony Orchestra in Tchaikovsky's 4th Symphony during their annual tour. 12pm, Troy Concert Hall in Troy NY.
April 1, 2012: Conducts the Ithaca College Symphony Orchestra in a concert including Mozart's Piano Concerto #20 in d minor, Brahms' Variations on a Theme by Haydn, and the World Premiere of Impulse/Escape. Concert also features concerto competition winner Vivian Anderson.
3 April 2011, Providence RI: Conduct's Bill Barclay's Sonnets to Orpheus for the Aurea ensemble's Mortal Acts / Mortal Words Tribute to Galway Kinnell.
13 February 2011, Foxborough MA: Patrick leads the NVPO in the William Tell overture as part of their concert Pops in Love.
Summer 2010: Studies and conducts throughout Europe, including Cadaques Spain, Bacau Romania, London, and St. Petersburg.
10-16 August 2009: Participates in Waterville Valley Conductor's Institute under the tutelage of Ken Kiesler.
June-August 2009: Fellow and TA at Brevard Music Center, Brevard NC
19-24 May 2009: Participates in International Conductor's Institute with the Bakersfield Symphony.
1 August 2008, Veitsch, Austria: Conducts members of the Kammerphilharmonie Graz as finalist in the SommerAkademie Graz conducitng competition.
10 March 2007, Nashua NH: World premiere of song cycle Of Seas and Self written for the NSO's cross discipline artistic endeavor The Ripple Effect.
20 May 2007, Red Bank NJ: Conducts Monmouth Symphony Orchestra in World Premiere Protean Dances, V.111, at the Count Basie Theatre.
10 May 2006, Boston MA: World premiere of Ephemeral Echoes, V.37, by Ariel Quartet. Jordan Hall, NEC.
28 April 2005, Montclair University NJ: The Spoils of Petulance, V.44, read by the Shanghai Quartet at Montclair State University
2 March 2005, Montclair University NJ: Senior Composition Concert, Montclair University.
7 June 2004, Moscow, Russia: Premiere of Lyric Pieces, V.66 and Sonata583, V.45, at Rachmaninov Hall, Moscow Conservatory.
5 December 2004, Upper Montclair NJ: Conducts MSU Symphonic Band in world premiere of Journey of the Phoenix, V.70.