Patrick Sepec studied cello from 1990 to 1994 with Thomas Demenga and, after receiving his teaching diploma, until 1997 with Reinhard Latzkoan at the Basel Musikhochschule. After passing his concert diploma with distinction, he intensively studied the baroque cello in the class of Christophe Coinan at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis. Since then, early music performance practice has been an integral part of his artistic work. He works regularly with internationally renowned ensembles (Freiburger Barockorchester, Akademie für alte Musik Berlin, Anima eterna, La Stagione, Al Ayre Espanol) under conductors such as René Jacobs, Philippe Herreweghe, Jos van Immerseel, Eduardo Banzo and Marcus Creed. Under Ivor Bolton, he has participated as continuo cellist in productions of the Bavarian State Opera in Munich and the Royal Opera House Covent Garden.
Since 2013 he has held the position of first cello with Les Musiciens du Louvre Grenoble under Marc Minkowski. In 2014 he was invited by Bayerischer Rundfunkfor a concert conducted by Bernhard Labadieas continuo cellist. In 2017 in the same position in several productions with the orchestra Les Musiciens du Prince Monaco founded by Cecilia Bartolige.
He is also a member of the ensemble Les Cornets noirs, which is dedicated specifically to Italian and German music of the 17th century and has made several recordings with the labelsEdition alte Musik ORF, Raumklangandaudite.
In 2013, the ensemble received the International Classical Music Award. Here, in addition to the baroque cello, he also plays the viola da gamba. Since his master studies (historical string instruments) with Imke David at the Musikhochschule F.Lisztin Weimar, which he completed with distinction, the viola da gamba has become an integral part of his concert activities.
On the modern cello Patrick Sepec played from 2001-2008 as a part leader in the Hamburg Ensemble Resonanz, which has made a name for itself especially in the field of modern and contemporary music.