Internationally acclaimed Australian violinist will return home to Melbourne to perform at The Forum.
Roberts, from Greensborough via Yallambie, has been called ‘Australia’s Andre Rieu’.
Patrick Roberts was a musical prodigy playing songs at age five from memory and by 11 performing at concerts.
As a teenager Patrick sang for four years for the National Boys Choir where shortly after he studied at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music Later he went on to teach and lecture ‘Violin Technique and Performance’ at the Conservatorium.
Recently Patrick recorded ‘Visions’, an album to raise funds for Vision Australia to help the blind and vision impaired. He has also performed to aid The National Stroke Foundation, The Cancer Council, The Royal Children’s Hospital and Vision Australia.
Patrick’s show at The Forum is somewhat of a homecoming. Patrick plans to include “You Raise Me Up”, “I Dreamed a Dream”, “Concierto De Aranjuez” and the all time classic “My Way”, all songs included on his various albums, at the performance on July 15.
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