Patrick’s eleventh album featuring the premiere recordings of twenty new Christmas works, including the two collections The Nativity and Four Christmas Motets plus other works which tell the Christmas story.
Two beautiful choral collections, the first based on the writings of 14th century hermit Richard Rolle and the second on William Blake’s Songs of Innocence. Written for and performed by The Same Stream Choir and conductor James Jordan.
A monument in music to all those who gave their lives for their country in the First World War. This Number One selling album features the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, National Youth Choir of Great Britain and soloists Louise Alder and Joshua Ellicott.
An album featuring the dramatic imagery of the book of Revelation, the peaceful intimacy of Beatitudes, and standalone pieces exploring key sentences from the New Testament performed by Grammy and Juno-nominated The Elora Singers.
On this Number One selling album, Patrick explores the celestial realm of angels and their many forms. Featuring the Choir of New College Oxford, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, and soloists Grace Davidson and Robin Blaze.
Blending the liturgical text of the Requiem Mass with the story of Lazarus from the New Testament, Patrick has created a work in which the mystery of life and death, the pain of grief and the hope of a risen life are held in taut symmetry.
Commissioned by HRH Prince Charles, this unique and exclusive recording, performed by Royal Harpist Claire Jones with the Philharmonia Orchestra, features Patrick’s four-movement work inspired by the Prince’s gardens at Highgrove.
A collection of works for different choral and instrumental forces that speaks of Patrick’s love for his country and its heritage. Featuring performances from Elin Manahan Thomas, Julian Lloyd Webber and Christian Forshaw.
This disc of choral and organ works centres on the mystery and beauty of the words of the Old Testament, with stunning performances from Welsh soprano Elin Manahan Thomas, the English Chamber Orchestra and Patrick’s own choir Conventus.
Twelve pieces for piano written during Patrick’s time as Composer in Residence for Classic FM. Inspired by Patrick’s love of the Norfolk landscape in which he lives, the changing seasons and his Christian faith, this is a calming and reflective recording.
Patrick’s debut album featuring the original versions of Quanta Qualia and Reflexionem, and The Blue Bird Variations. Recorded with the English Chamber Orchestra and Patrick’s own choir ‘Conventus’, the album was nominated for a Brit Award.