Patrick Roberts – The Prince of the Violin Performs at London’s Hippodrome, Saturday 25th May 2024

Patrick Roberts will be performing at London’s Hippodrome Casino, Saturday 25th May 2024, as part of his World tour.


Award winning ARIA chart-topping and Grammy nominated violinist Patrick Roberts, has been performing globally for over 30 years and this year signed with Decca Records and is now releasing his new album ‘Fragile’ featuring STING and Tommy Emmanuel.

Mesmerising audiences far and wide with his emotional and evocative performance style, Patrick Roberts is an ARIA chart-topping violinist. Picking up the violin at the tender age of five, he has transformed some of the much-loved classics into contemporary masterpieces. Patrick has performed shows all around the world and has featured his own headline shows throughout mainland China, Japan, USA, Australia, and Europe and in 2020 Patrick released his seventh studio album titled ‘Imagine’, featuring Julian Lennon and Tommy Emmanuel. The album debuted at No.1 on the ARIA Classical / Crossover charts.

This concert promises to be a true spectacle with a Violin genius, ‘transforming classics into popular masterpieces’ – tickets available here…

Coinciding with the release of ‘Fragile’ the brand new album by ARIA Award Winning Violinist Patrick

Roberts, features Sting and Tommy Emmanuel CGP. With its collection of the world’s most beloved songs, Fragile mirrors the incredible journey of the human spirit. The album features a special version of Sting’s song ‘Fragile’ featuring the 17-time Grammy® Award winner Sting and legendary Australian guitarist Tommy Emmanuel. 50% of the proceeds of this album will go to the Rainforest Fund, which was co-founded by Sting and his wife, Trudie Styler, to help their mission in reducing mass global deforestation. This is also Patrick’s debut album on Decca Australia. Patrick’s recent signing with Universal Music Australia sees him join a stellar roster of Australian and international artists including The Seekers, Patrizio Buanne, Ludovico Einaudi, The Lumineers, Ennio Morricone and Andrea Bocelli.

“Fragile has been an album I have wanted to make for a long time now. The essence of this album was to truly encapsulate elements of my music that are so close to my heart and build them into a special album that covers all genres of music. It was an honour to have Sting featured on the title track ‘Fragile’ as I have admired and looked up to him my whole professional life.” Patrick Roberts