Patrick Kreeger


Patrick Kreeger enjoys a versatile career as a pianist, organist, and choral conductor. He has performed at Carnegie Hall, Benaroya Hall (Seattle), Verizon Hall (Philadelphia), St. Patrick’s Cathedral (New York), Peterborough Cathedral (U.K.), Musee d’Augustin (France), and numerous other venues in the United States and Europe. He is associate organist at Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church in New York City.

Mr. Kreeger made his concerto debut in April 2008 with the North Carolina Symphony and conductor William Henry Curry. He has been guest soloist with the Musica Sacra Chamber Orchestra (CO), the Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra, the SUNY–Purchase Conservatory Orchestra, Symphonicity, and the Barton College/Wilson Symphony Orchestra. He was a first-prize winner in the American Protégé International, Bradshaw and Buono International, and North Carolina Symphony Concerto competitions. He won the bronze medal and Chopin Award at the 2009 Seattle International Piano Competition; and first prize in the 2009 Augustana/Reuter National Organ Competition. Mr. Kreeger received his bachelor’s degree in organ from the Curtis Institute of Music, studying with Alan Morrison, and subsequently earned his master’s degree in organ at Yale University, studying with Martin Jean. He is now pursuing a doctoral degree at the Juilliard School, studying with Paul Jacobs.