Patrick in Charlotte teaches EVERYTHING including music software!


Patrick
Patrick graduated from Connecticut College in New London, Conn. in 1978 with a music major & A/B average. He also graduated in 1977 from the University of London, England, with a music business major and an A average. He’s been teaching since 1973. He taught at schools in the Charlotte area in music departments from 1987-2001 and taught at Discovery Place instructing music camps from 1990-92. Patrick has been performing at hotels, restaurants, festivals, outdoor functions, weddings and recitals (too many to note) since 1986. His vocal experience is also varied. He is a tenor/baritone who has been a member of both Connecticut College Chorus & Goldsmith’s College Choir & Chorus at the U. of London. Performances were many, such as Haydn’s “The Creation”, Handel’s “Messiah” and Carl Orff’s “Carmina Burana” as well as many original works by Goldsmith’s College composers and student songwriters, of which he was one.  He has had a number of piano/vocal positions at local hotels and restaurants and teaches both pop and classical singing. From 1980-86, he opened as pianist and harpsichordist for the Mystic Art Association, Mystic, Conn. In 1985 he performed as harpsichordist on the Coast Guard cutter “Eagle” for then vice-president George Bush and the first lady. He has composed and recorded music, orchestral works and songs for commercials, art gatherings and building openings, as well as a made-for-TV movie “Threads of Hope” in 1987, and the sound and light check music for the Charlotte OmniMax Theater and Planetarium
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