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Praised by the Albuquerque Journal for his “heartfelt intensity of smooth, effortless, bittersweet tones,” countertenor Patrick Fennig is established as both a soloist and ensemble singer. He has appeared with Fretwork Viol Consort, Orchestra of St. Luke’s, Concert Royal, The American Classical Orchestra, The Brooklyn Conservatory Orchestra and Big Apple Baroque.


His stage credits include Big Apple Baroque’s production of Purcell’s The Fairy Queen and a role composed for him in I Fioretti in Musica, a neo-Renaissance madrigal opera, which premiered at LaMaMa Experimental Theatre Club. In past seasons, he has appeared as a soloist in Bach’s St. Matthew Passion, Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms, Vivaldi’s Gloria, Schütz's, Sei Gegrüßet, Maria and Buxtehude’s Jesu Membra Nostri.


Patrick is a member of The Saint Thomas Choir of Men and Boys, Early Music New York, Ekmeles Vocal Ensemble and Collectio Musicorum and sings regularly with Pomerium, Musica Sacra, and Big Apple Baroque. He is the Artistic Director of Schola Cantorum Pompeii in NYC. Patrick holds a degree in Religion with a Concentration in Music from Northwestern University, where he studied and coached with Ellen Hargis, Mary Springfels and Grant Herreid.  He currently lives in New York City.