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Patrick Lenz

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Patrick Lenz

Biography

Patrick Lenz (b. 1994, Eastman, Wisc.) is [2016] a Bachelor of Music Composition student at Baylor University.

Mr. Lenz has written numerous works for chamber groups and soloists, as well as for large ensembles. Recently, he was named the winner of the 2016 Baylor University Composition Contest for Pillar of Fire for Wind Ensemble and was accepted to and attended the 2016 highSCORE Composition Festival in Pavia, Italy.

Notable commissions include Dr. Jun Qian, Assistant Professor of Clarinet at Baylor University, 15.19 Ensemble, and Morpheme Saxophone Quartet. Notable performances include the 2016 Baylor University Wind Ensemble, under the direction of Dr. J. Eric Wilson, and the 2015 International Clarinet Association conference. Patrick studies composition privately with Dr. Scott McAllister, Professor of Composition at Baylor University.

As a saxophonist, Patrick has been a member of the Baylor University Wind Ensemble and Baylor University Jazz Ensemble for four years, has played as a concerto grosso soloist with the Baylor University Wind Ensemble at their 2016 TMEA Performance, and won the 2016 Semper Pro Musica Chamber Music Competition as a member of the Morpheme Saxophone Quartet. Patrick is a student of Dr. Michael Jacobson, Professor of Saxophone at Baylor University.


Works for Winds


Resources

  • Baylor University Wind Ensemble concert program, 6 February 2017
  • Patrick Lenz website Accessed 6 February 2017