Patrick's musical career began at a young age singing at weddings as a chorister and soloist in St. Patrick's Cathedral Choir, Dublin. Since then, as a cellist he has provided music for many wedding and funeral ceremonies. He played at venues across Ireland such as the National Concert Hall Dublin, Ashford Castle and has provided music for RTE's wedding reality show 'My Big Day: Home or Away' in 2019.
At the age of seven, Patrick began learning cello with some of Ireland’s leading cellists, including Arun Rao and Vyvienne Long. He received a distinction in Grade 8 cello from the Royal Schools of Music in 2010 and graduated from Trinity College Dublin in 2012. Patrick spent a number of years teaching and studying abroad, receiving a master’s degree from Leiden University in the Netherlands before returning to Ireland.
In 2016, he helped found the The Octagon Ensemble, a community orchestra based in Westport’s Town Hall Theatre that seeks to promote string playing in Mayo. He performs weddings regularly with the Corrib Quartet, Irelands premier wedding string quartet. Patrick’s diverse musical interests range from contemporary composition to Renaissance and Baroque music.
Patrick currently teaches music, specialising in cello, the guitar and violin and runs a music programme for young string players at Gaelscoil na Cruaiche, Westport. Patrick also teaches violin and guitar at the Louisburgh School of Music.