Violinist Patrick Hyatte and cellist Ernie Carbajal represent the next generation of chamber music artists, both accomplished graduate students studying with top faculty at the Lamont School of Music. Enjoy a beautifully broad range of repertoire for violin and cello on this Mother’s Day!
Two identical concerts at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. (please note new Music in the Galleries performance times – a break will occur from 12–1 p.m.) Performances are included with museum admission. For tickets purchased online, FCM patrons receive $2 off adult and senior tickets with code MUSIC.
Seating is limited and first come, first served. The music may be enjoyed from any gallery.
Patrick Hyatte attended the Saint Paul Conservatory for Performing Artists in high school, and was a member of many youth music programs including Minnesota Youth Symphonies, Artaria Chamber Music School, and the Greater Twin Cities Youth Symphonies (GTCYS). He has a B.A. in Violin Performance from the University of Minnesota. Awards include MNSOTA Mary West Solo competition-Senior Division, Lamont Chamber Music Competition, and SPCO Youth Chamber Music Competition. Hyatte has also participated in a number of summer music festivals including the Pienza Music Festival in Italy, Eastern Music Festival, and Sphinx Performance Academy. Patrick currently serves as an inaugural young alumni board for GTCYS and is pursuing a master’s degree in Violin Performance at the University of Denver Lamont School of Music under the tutelage of Linda Wang.
23-year-old cellist Ernie Wolfgang Carbajal began playing the cello at five years old. He is pursuing a master’s degree at Denver University’s Lamont School of Music where he is a teaching assistant under Professor Matthew Zalkind. In 2019 he received recognition from the city of Los Angeles for a performance of Georges Boulane’s Symphonie Concertante with Dale Breidenthal and the Afro American Chamber Music Society Orchestra. He is also the recipient of a Carl Becker cello (1914), on loan from the Colburn Instrument Collection. Carbajal’s non-musical interests include writing, walking, and keeping reptiles and aquatic pets.
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