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Patrick is a Norwegian baritone currently based in Copenhagen. Having recently transitioned from the bass repertoire, Patrick recently sang both Silvio and Tonio in Pagliacci at Søholm Opera and Copenhagen Opera Festival in Denmark under the direction of Natascha Metherell. He also sang the role of Marco in a production of Gianni Schicchi with the Copenhagen Opera Festival in August 2021, directed by Jack Furness. 

In February 2022 Patrick will make his debut in the role of Conte di Luna in Verdis

Il trovatore with Operaen i Kristiansund in Norway.

 

Growing up in the Norwegian city of Trondheim, Patrick sang his first operatic role as a 19-year old, appearing as the 2. Geharnischter in Trondheim Music Theatres production of Die Zauberflöte. He proceeded to study at the HfM "Hanns Eisler" in Berlin and at the National Opera Academy in Oslo (KhiO), where he sang roles such as Don Alfonso, Eugen Onegin, Betto, Papageno, Albert and Mozarts Figaro and Count Almaviva. Patrick premiered the role of The Operator in Ad Undas - Solaris Korrigert by Øyvind Mæland in 2013 at the Norwegian National Opera & Ballet, and also performed the role of Zoroastro in Händels Orlando at Åmot Operagard in 2012.

He has performed roles such as Sciarrone, Zuniga, Angelotti and Marullo with companies such as RingsakerOperaen, Opera Østfold, Opera Holland Park and Grange Park Opera, and has portrayed the role of Sam in Trouble in Tahiti by Bernstein at the Oslo Opera Festival. Patrick has been active as a concert and church music soloist, performing with orchestras such as Romerrike Symfoniorkester and Oslo Symfoniorkester, and has sung several solo concerts at the Norwegian National Opera & Ballet as part of their concert series, as well as with the Oslo Opera Festival and Copenhagen Jazz Festival. He has worked with conductors and directors such as Amy Lane, Cameron Burns, Toby Purser, Gianluca Marciano, Martin Duncan and Robert Reimer.