As well, Pat has done numerous concert performances with many artists and groups including; Bob Mintzer, Randy Brecker, Herbie Hancock, Harry Connick Jr., The New York Voices, Bobby Shew, Clark Terry, Pat LaBarbera, Phil Woods, Bill Watrous, Mike Tomaro, Jeff Jarvis, Kenny Wheeler, Doc Severinsen, Allan Vizzutti, Dave Koz, Lenny Pickett, Guido Basso, Rob McConnell, Doug Riley, Carol Welsman, Sam Noto, Les DeMerle, Marvin "Smitty" Smith, Don Braden, Phil Nimmons, David Foster, Hal Linden, Johnny Mathis, Ben Vereen, Neil Sedaka, Petula Clark, Shirley Jones, Joan Rivers, The 5th Dimension, The Temptations, Clarence Clemons and the "Temple of Soul", Martha and the Vandellas, Jack Semple, Beverley Mahood, Colin James, Jason McCoy, Nikki Yanofsky, The University of Calgary Jazz Ensemble, The University of Lethbridge Jazz Ensemble, The Brandon University Jazz Ensemble, The Abilene Christian University Jazz Ensemble (Abilene Texas, USA), The Canadian "rock group" Lighthouse, The Canadian Tenors, The New York casts of A West Side Story and A Chorus Line, The Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra, and The Edmonton Symphony Orchestra among others.
He has also performed at private functions held for former
Canadian Prime Ministers Brian Mulroney, Kim Campbell,
and Joe Clark, actor Robert Duvall,
former U.S. President Bill Clinton, and the Queen
of Norway. He has also performed as an opening artist for Jazz
Guitarist John Pizzarelli, the Hugh Fraser/Jean
Toussaint Quintet, The Canadian “rock groups” Wide
Mouth Mason and The Colin James Band,
Jazz Singer Al Jarreau, and The Neville Brothers.
He is presently a faculty
member of the Ambrose University Music Department (Calgary), teaching saxophone and improvisation, and a former member of the University of Calgary Music Department,
teaching jazz saxophone, jazz harmony, and jazz improvisation. As well, Pat has a number of private students and
is active as a clinician/adjudicator for festivals, schools, and various
adult groups throughout Canada. He is co-founder and past "Vice-President"
of the "Calgary Jazz Association" (CJazz), and a former member of the executive board of the
American Federation of Musicians Local 547.
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