A versatile artist, Patrick Howle has made successful appearances in opera, operetta, musical theater and solo recital performances. Most recently he was seen as Eisenstein in Die Fledermaus with Greenville Light Opera Works in Greenville, SC. He spent three summer seasons with Light Opera of Oklahoma where he performed in varying roles including Freddy in My Fair Lady, Tony in The Boyfriend and Giuseppe in The Gondoliers. Howle sang in over thirty productions with The Ohio Light Opera where he created the role of "Marat" in the world premier of Robert Ward's A Friend of Napoleon and “Wickham” in a new musical adaptation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. Howle was a finalist in the Jessie Kneisel lieder competition, a winner of the Orpheus National Vocal Competition, and sang for renowned soprano Reneé Fleming in master class. His many recordings with the Ohio Light Opera can be heard on both the Albany and Operetta Archives labels. He is currently on the voice faculty at Pittsburg State University in Pittsburg, KS.