Mr. Michael Fitzpatrick

Mr. Michael Fitzpatrick

Founder, Millenia Music

Hailed by The New York Times as possessing “Virtuosity, a sense of humour, and an ear for musical dialogue” and by NPR / National Public Radio as “An interpreter of the Muse”,

Michael Fitzpatrick is the recipient of The Prince Charles Award for Musical Excellence conferred by His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales.  He has performed for The Pope

and the Vice-President of the United States at The Vatican, and musically shared the stage with His Holiness the XIVth Dalai Lama, the late Muhammad Ali, and myriad world leaders

over the past thirty years. He performs as soloist around the world, with spotlight performances at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame; the Hollywood Bowl; and as soloist with The Jerusalem

Symphony Orchestra. He comes from a family of musicians from Ireland, France, Catalonia,  the Ukraine, and Poland, including the legendary Jewish violin-soloist from Poland,

Bronislaw Huberman - Founder of The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. A member of the Aspen Institute’s Global Initiative on Cultural Diplomacy during its tenure and recipient of

the prestigious Aspen Music Fellowship, he is currently spearheading a seismic musical event for our time - EARTH’S CALL - the concert and global broadcast taking place on

September 10th, 2017 from the high mountains in Aspen, Colorado.   Mrs. Sylvia Howard Fuhrman, Special Representative to the Secretary-General of the United Nations, stated:

“Michael Fitzpatrick has the respect and friendship of government leaders and members of the performing arts community throughout the world.  I find his interest in all endeavors - artistic and intellectual, 

combined with his enormous talent and enthusiasm used by him to enhance his global commitment to using music to uplift humanity - a source of great encouragement to those of us engaged in reaching out 

to every race, creed and culture here at the United Nations, and around the world. As a close personal friend of the late Pablo Casals, I can think of no more exemplary artist.”