Concerts & Events of this season
5 November 2017: Conducts and plays Music & Mary 3, part of the Stella Series' 3rd season. more info here.
12 November 2017: Conducts Bay Colony Brass in War and Peace, more info here
9 December 2017: Conducts Bay Colony Brass in a Christmas Concert with the Merrimack Valley Ringers. 7pm, St Malachy Church, Burlington.
16 December 2017: Leads Star of the Sea Parish's annual Lessons and Carols, 5pm. 253 Cabot St Beverly.
31 December 2017: Sing in the New Year at Star of the Sea
11 February 2018: Mardi Gras Jazz Brunch at Star of the Sea
11 March 2018: Conducts Bay Colony Brass in a concert of brass and organ music, 3pm All Saints Parish Ashmont.
17 March 2018: Conducts the combined choirs of Star of the Sea and St. Adelaide Parishes in Pärt's Stabat Mater and Franck's Seven Last Words.
22 April 2018: Conducts Bay Colony Brass on the Stella Series
more to come! check back soon!!
|Notable Events of
23 June 2016: Conducts Beth Wiemann's opera Until the War is Over in a workshop performance at the University of Maine at Orono.
January 2016: Conducts the Hartford Symphony on a subscription concert series as finalist for the newly-created position of Assistant Conductor.
Fall 2015: Patrick founds and directs the Stella Concert Series at Star of the Sea Parish in Beverly MA, frequently performing and conducting on the events.
Februrary 26 2013: Conducts Suor Angelica at Ithaca College's Hoerner Theater in operatic debut. 8pm, Dillingham Center.
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.