Anthony Patterson enjoys a multi-faceted career as a composer, arranger, pianist and educator. His works for chamber ensemble have been performed worldwide, including recent premieres performed by the Trio Dauelsberg (cello trio) in Rio de Janiero, “for Casey and Sara” for oboe and piano at the University of Arizona (Tucson), and the “Gloria” for SATB soloists, choir, two pianos and percussion with the National Chorale (NYC). Patterson composed, recorded and edited a series of his original compositions “Co-Op 1, 2, 3, etc.” featuring musicians from 7 different states coming together virtually. This Co-Op series was released online by Casio America during the pandemic. Patterson has recorded five CDs of original compositions for ballet and dance class instruction and two solo piano CDs for ballet with Brio Recordings.

Patterson made his solo piano debut at seven years old, playing Mozart’s Concerto no. 28 with the Lima Symphony. Four years later, he joined the LSO in the premiere of “The Anthony Concerto” written for him by his teacher Don Hurless. Patterson studied piano with his father, jazz pianist Richard Patterson, Don Hurless, Richard Syracuse, Jerome Rose, and Earl Wild.

Patterson was Artist-in-Residence at Alma College from 1995-to 2020 and is a faculty artist at the Bay View Music Festival, where he has given hundreds of solo and chamber music performances since 1986. Along with maintaining an active composing and performing life, Anthony is currently the educational consultant for Casio Musical Instruments, USA, advocating for the instrument and technological needs of students and teachers throughout the United States.

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