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Performance: Bay Beats - Atrium Tunes at Noon: Patrick Galvin on Violin

Solo performance by violinist Patrick Galvin
Wednesday, 5/1/2024
12:00 - 12:45
Main Library

100 Larkin Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
United States

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Patrick Galvin is a San Francisco-based violinist who appears regularly across the United States and abroad. His 2023 performances included selections from his album of solo violin repertoire, entitled Violin Alone, and an Australian tour of his show, Romance to Ruin, with pianist Jennifer Hou. In 2024, Patrick will record his second album, Dear Camilla, a duo program that commemorates the legendary violinist Camilla Wicks, Patrick’s former teacher. Aside from performing, Patrick enjoys teaching, both at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and the Coleman Violin Studio in Seattle, WA

Listen to Patrick's album, Violin Alone, on Bay Beats.

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