Mr. Patrick Waters
Connecticut native Patrick T. Waters (B.M. Manhattan School of Music; M.S.M. Boston University), tenor, has enjoyed a diverse musical background in his young life, holding degrees in composition, conducting and sacred music, along with studies in piano and vocal performance. Mr. Waters has studied conducting with Dr. Ann Howard Jones, Bruce Hangen, Robert Isaacs, and Paul Brantley, and has worked in master classes with John Alexander, Jane Glover, Frank Nemhauser, and Kathy Saltzman Romey.
As a student in New York, he was founder and director of the Manhattan School of Music Recital Chorus, assistant director of the Riverdale Choral Society, and guest conductor of the Westfair Singers of Fairfield Co., CT. During hisgraduate studies, he revived the Boston University Collegium Musicum and founded the Boston University Schubertmännerchor and Haydnchor; he was also featured as a guest conductor with the Guilford, CT, Town Band. He served as a conducting apprentice and staff conductor at the Berkshire Choral Festival; in 2009, he was a featured soloist in the Festival’s performance of Rachmaninoff’s All-Night Vigil.
Mr. Waters has performed with many of Boston’s more noteworthy choral organizations, including Boston Secession, the Choir of the Church of the Advent, and Cambridge Concentus, and has been a frequent featured soloist with the Bermuda Chamber Choir. Mr. Waters has been collaborating with Music at Marsh Chapel since Fall 2009.