Photo Claire Newman-Williams

Patrick Jeremy

"the solid silver timbre of Patrick Jeremy"
- L'Ape Musicale (Rome)

Australian artist Patrick Jeremy made his European debut at the Rome Opera, as Rick in the Châtelet production of I Was Looking at the Ceiling and Then I Saw the Sky by John Adams.

Patrick recently played Giorgio in Sondheim’s Passion at the State Opera of South Australia, which won Best Musical in the Adelaide Theatre Awards.

Patrick Jeremy spent 2014 touring Australia in the Broadway production of The King & I, for John Frost & Opera Australia at the Sydney Opera House, covering and playing the young lover Lun Tha, as well as playing the Interpreter (Phra Alack) and dancing in the ballet as a "scientific dog"!  Patrick received a commendation for never missing a show all year.

Patrick Jeremy received a Best Actor nomination for his portrayal of Georges Seurat in the Australian Premiere of Sunday in the Park with George at the State Opera of South Australia. Other favourite roles include Puck in a national tour of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Tulsa in Gypsy, Le Mari in Poulenc's Les Mamelles de Tirésias and the title role in Bernstein’s Candide.

Dubbed “the tenor in tap-shoes”, Patrick Jeremy made his New York cabaret debut at one of New York’s best-known cabaret venues, Don’t Tell Mama, and his London cabaret debut at the Covent Garden Theatre Museum, whilst undertaking a directing fellowship at the English National Opera.  He was the winner of the Adelaide Cabaret Festival Scholarship, the Young Achiever of the Year and the Churchill Fellowship.

Patrick Jeremy has been performing in musicals since childhood, when he performed in the Gordon Frost Organisation's The King & I and The Wizard of Oz, and with the State Theatre Company, State Opera and The Australian Ballet.  Musical theatre credits at the Adelaide Festival Centre include Bill Calhoun in Kiss Me Kate, Scranton Slim in Guys & Dolls and the Adelaide premieres of Into the Woods and The Secret Garden.  He also performed in the popular Opera Australia productions of operettas Die FledermausThe Mikado and Orpheus in the Underworld and the Australian Premiere of Jake Heggie's Moby-Dick.

“totally charming and entertaining… Patrick is a triple threat”
– Cabaret Hotline, New York.

Photo Chris Mifsud

Photo Chris Mifsud