Luke Fitzpatrick is a multi-instrumentalist, composer and artistic director of Inverted Space, a Seattle-based new music collective. As a soloist, he has performed Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto and Saint-Saëns’ Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso with Seattle Festival Orchestra, as well as Tartini’s Devil’s Trill Sonata with Seattle Philharmonic, all with his own added cadenzas. Since 2015, Luke has toured as an active member of the Harry Partch Ensemble, which is dedicated to performing on Partch’s original custom instruments that utilize his unique 43-tone scale, including stops at The University of Illinois, The University of Missouri-Kansas City, Beyond Microtonal Festival in Pittsburgh, PA, and at the Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Luke teamed up with Jeff Bowen in 2019 to arrange and perform the music from the TV show Twin Peaks for the Harry Partch instruments as well as the piece 1 Star Reviews, using 1 star Yelp reviews as the text. One of his signature pieces, The Tomb, was broadcast on Radiophrenia Glasgow in 2020 during a program entitled The Cloud-Chamber of Darkness Half-Hour, and his work has been commissioned and performed by The Harry Partch Ensemble, Figmentum, the Morsel Trio and the Parnassus Project. Luke received his training from UMKC (BM), CalArts (MFA) and the University of Washington (DMA) and is currently concertmaster of Seattle Philharmonic Orchestra, Seattle Festival Orchestra and Federal Way Symphony. Besides music related things, Luke is an avid dancer and enjoys biking, eating sushi and collecting shoes.