Patrick sang his first operatic role as a 19-year old, appearing as the
2. Geharnischter in his home city of Trondheim, in Trondheim Music Theatres production of Die Zauberflöte. He would encounter a lot of Mozarts operas during his vocal studies at Hochschule für Musik “Hanns Eisler” in Berlin and at the National Opera Academy in Oslo, where he graduated with a master in 2014.
As part of his studies 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, performed at the Norwegian National Opera & Ballet on Stage 2, and also performed the role of Zoroastro in Händels Orlando at Åmot Operagard.
He went on to perform roles such as Sciarrone and Zuniga with RingsakerOperaen and Opera Østfold, and has portrayed the role of Sam in Trouble in Tahiti by Bernstein at the Oslo Opera Festival. He is also a recepient of a scholarship from the Grange Park Opera, where he covered the roles of Marullo and Angelotti in their festival performances of Rigoletto and Tosca.
Patrick has been active as a concert soloist, performing with orchestras such as Romerrike Symfoniorkester and Oslo Symfoni Orkester, 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.
Recently Patrick was performing in a production of The Phantom of The Opera at Det Ny Teater in Copenhagen, where he sang the roles of Don Attilio and Passarino. He is also a creative performer who produces opera production with new librettos and music with his opera company Operakollektivet, premiering the opera Team Player by Gísli Grétarsson and Oda Fiskum in 2016. They now look forward to premiere the opera Systemet in 2020/2021 in Oslo.
Patrick is currently transitioning into the baritone repertoire, and is looking forward to take on roles extending from Mozart to contemporary operas.