Paul Patterson Premiere - Serenade for Violin and Orchestra

21 March 2013


Paul Patterson’s string works have had a good number of performances over the years, gaining a place in the repertoire of a number of leading British players including Tasmin Little, Raphael Wallfisch, Kenneth Sillito, Sarah-Jane Bradley, Janice Graham, Bradley Creswick and David Le Page. 

His newest work for the violin is a departure from his usual orchestration in that it is accompanied by a full orchestra as opposed to the accompaniment of a string orchestra. His Serenade for Violin and Orchestra was commissioned for Clare Howick, who has been associated with the Kingston Philharmonia for 30 years, both as a leader and as a soloist. The Serenade will receive its world premiere at St John’s Smith Square on the 6th April with Clare Howick as soloist and the Kingston Philharmonia under the baton of Levon Parikian.

For further details about this concert, please visit the Orchestra’s website:
Kingston Philharmonia

Further information about Paul Patterson is available at his own website:
Paul Patterson