B i o g r a p h y
Described as a "Compelling Violinist" by the New York Times, Patrick Doane appears with ensembles including Orchestra of St. Luke's, Harrisburg Symphony, Hartford Symphony and the New Haven Symphony. Busy as a performer, he plays recitals and chamber concerts throughout the United States and has served as concertmaster in international orchestral tours.
Patrick received his Bachelor and Masters degrees from Juilliard studying with Sally Thomas and Naoko Tanaka and Chamber Music with members of the Juilliard Quartet and Sylvia Rosenberg. As a composer he has had works commissioned for string quartet and chamber orchestra. He is currently working on his Doctorate at The Graduate Center, CUNY in New York City where he has studied with Daniel Phillips and Lara Lev.
A dedicated teacher, Patrick is a Resident Musician at Music Haven, in
New Haven Connecticut, where he gives young musicians tuition free lessons and coachings and performs with the resident ensemble, The Haven Quartet. Patrick spends his summers as a faculty member at Point Counterpoint Chamber Music Camp in Leicester, Vermont. In addition, he is an adjunct professor at The University of Bridgeport and has a private studio teaching beginning to undergraduate conservatory students.