T. Patrick Carrabré is a Métis composer living in Vancouver. Construction of identity and community engagement are long-term themes in his compositions, concert and radio programming, and administrative activities. His best known works include Inuit Games, for katajjak (throat singers) and orchestra, which was a recommended work at the International Rostrum of Composers (2003), Sonata No. 1, The Penitent, for violin and piano, and From the Dark Reaches, which were nominated for JUNO awards, and A Hammer For Your Thoughts… which won a Western Canadian Music Award (Best Classical Composition). Recent work includes Snewíyalh tl’a Staḵw (Teachings of the Water), written in collaboration with the Elektra Women’s Choir and Orpheus (1), written in collaboration with pianist Megumi Masaki – both will be released digitally in the 2021-2022 season.

Find out more about my new album: 100,000 Lakes

100,000 Lakes nominated for a Western Canadian Music Award

Watch a performance of “Love” from Three Madrigals

recorded at the wonderful Tlaxcala Canta Festival in September, 2016