Born in New York, Patrick Milando has performed extensively with major musical groups the world over.
In recent seasons, he has been Guest Principal Horn with the Orchestra del Teatro San Carlo, in Napoli, Italy, where his collaborations with several operas have been recorded live for RAI TV.
Mr. Milando has also performed with the New York Philharmonic on many International Tours and has recorded with the Orchestra over a dozen symphonic works. With the Metropolitan Opera, he has also toured Internationally and performed on many Live Broadcast from the Met.
He is among only a few musicians to have a participation
Grammy for both the Metropolitan Opera and the New York Philharmonic.
Carnegie Hall performances have included concerts with the Vienna Philharmonic, Philadelphia Orchestra, Orchestra of Paris, St. Petersburg Symphony and Marinskii Orchestra of Russia.
Other engagements have been with the American Symphony Orchestra, American Composers Orchestra, New Jersey Symphony, New Jersey Festival Orchestra, and with the Palm Beach Opera company.
Mr. Milando has performed as a soloist at Lincoln Center,
nationally, and internationally including a live NHK TV Broadcast in Japan. Recently performances include the rarely performed Serenade for Horn, Tenor and Strings by Britten.
A member of ASCAP, Mr. Milando has composed and
premiered several of his works both in Asia and at Lincoln
Center. In addition, he has published with Musicians Publications an orchestration of Dukas’s Villanelle for Horn and Chamber Orchestra. He has also played on numerous National Radio and TV recordings and more than a dozen Movie Soundtracks.