Staff Member: Patrick Valentino
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Patrick Valentino (b.1982) is a conservatory trained composer and conductor who has been directing Catholic music since 2006. He holds degrees from New England Conservatory, Ithaca College, and Montclair State University. As conductor has served as Music Director of the Bay Colony Brass, Calliope, and the Boston New Music Initiative; Assistant Conductor for the Ithaca College Orchestras, Westfield Symphony and Symphony NOVA. He has conducted the Monmouth, Cornell, Brookline and Rivers Symphonies, Massive Brass, Symphony NOVA, the Mihail Jora and Arlington Philharmonics, and the St. Petersburg Music Society.
Patrick’s music has been performed on three continents by the Nashua Symphony, Monmouth Symphony, Central New Jersey Symphony, Oak Ridge Community Orchestra, the Brevard Music Center, Ariel String Quartet, and the brass ensembles of the Moscow Conservatory, among others. His sacred music has been widely and regularly performed throughout the United States, including Mass settings and recent commissions for Psalm settings from the Liber Psalmorum, part of a monumental plan to set the Bible to music in its entirety. More info at PatrickValentinoMusic.com