Concert to feature duo pianist

Patricia Hannemann and Patrick Boyle 

The Third Sunday at 3:00 concert series will present Patricia Hannemann and Patrick Boyle in an afternoon of duo piano repertoire concert on Sunday.

The series, which is organized by Tom Bailey, music director, is held at St. Theresa the Little Flower Catholic Church at 11001 Dorchester Road in Summerville. All concerts are free of charge and begin at 3 p.m..

Playing duo piano requires the pianists to think as one in executing precision, blending, and anticipation, thus creating a chamber music experience for the audience.

For this performance, their repertoire will be a combination of classical and popular music, including composers of Victor Babin, Cecile Chaminade, Arthur Benjamin, William Bolcom, Anton Arensky and others. A seldom heard piece of Cecile Chaminade, a French female composer, showcases sensitivity, taste and charm in two piano compositions. For rhythmic pleasures that will keep you moving there is the Arthur Benjamin piece which is based on Jamaican folk songs and the dramatic La Danseuse from Anton Arensky’s Silhouetten.

Patrick Boyle teaches and performs in the Charleston area. He is currently a member of The Eclipse Ensemble of The Charleston Academy of Music (CAM) and regularly performs in solo and ensemble recitals in the area including Piccolo Spoleto. Patrick is President of the Charleston Music Teachers Association and a member of the Music Teachers National Association. His teaching activities consist of being on the faculty of the CAM as well as teaching at his private studio in West Ashley. During his piano studies he worked with Linda Papatopoli and Dr. Sandra Hebert receiving a Bachelor of Arts in both Music and History from Boston College and his Masters of Music from The Longy School of Music in Cambridge, Mass. Patrick currently resides in West Ashley with his wife Jena and 2 dogs.

Patricia Hannemann is currently a member of the Charleston Music Teachers Association, Music Teachers National Association, and the International Delta Omicron Music Fraternity. She began her music studies with Irving Schwerke in Appleton, Wisconsin and received her Bachelor and Master of Music Degrees from The Manhattan School of Music in New York City. While there, she studied solo piano with Robert Goldsand and duo piano with Frances Hall Ballard. After leaving New York she taught piano at The Peabody Institute of The Johns Hopkins University where she assisted in developing the Early Music Training Program; she also maintained a private piano studio. While at Peabody she earned her Master’s Degree in Business from The Johns Hopkins University and left to pursue a career in Commercial Insurance. She and her husband David moved to South Carolina where she is involved in various musical activities.