I have a surprise for you, especially in the 2nd part of the video. Patricia sang Miserere, known as duet Zucchero & Pavarotti, as well as Zucchero & Bocelli. Patricia sang the duet with Czech musical theater singer Petr Kolar.
Patricia performed on Face of the Year 2012 modelling competition in Bratislava, Slovakia on 22 September 2012.
For comparison, there is Miserere by Zucchero and Bocelli:
There is only one sentence about the next album available. In May 2012 Patricia reached 'gold disc' with her debut album in Slovakia and Czech Republic. Our local press brought information from Viva Musica! Agency:
"Patricia would like to release another CD yet before her studies on conservatory. Dramaturgy of the CD is almost prepared, it is really very interesting and has strong potential to appeal to wide audience worldwide."
'yet before her studies on conservatory' means till September 2013. It is much more probable, that the new CD will be not managed by Viva Musica Agency. Patricia is managed by her father in this calendar year and it seems Matej Drlicka from Viva Musica, Patricia's former manager, is not fan of more popular repertoire for Patricia.
I spent much time on holidays last months and I have more hobbies, so I missed here ... But it was also because of Patricia announced she will be also on holiday longer time, so nothing remarkably new happened meanwhile. The new videos were surprise for me. I started today to make the web pages actual again.
According to Patricia's official facebook Patricia will perform on TV next week on Wednesday, I expect one or two songs. Most probably it will be again something quite new for us.
The TV show 'Blue From Sky', or 'Blue From Heaven', is about stories of people, who came into very complicated situations in their life. This one was about a boy, whose parents are habitual drunkards. The boy, who is standing alongside of Patricia, lives with her 89 years old great-grandmother in a small and old village house. The great-grandmother is the only person from the family who really cares about the boy. They didn't have money to renovate the old house. it was in very bad state. The remaining girls and boys on the picture are classmates, who contacted TV Markiza and asked for help. I didn't watch it in the whole but the woman on the left side could be the class teacher. The TV Markiza then contacted charity and they then completely renovated their old house. Patricia was singing for both the boy and the great-grandmother, but the great-grandmother was the main hero of the evening.
The video "Over The Rainbow" has 2253 viewings within 20 hours since I uploaded it yesterday. I didn't see such a thing since Talentmania 2010 in the case of Patricia. I found that the video I uploaded was added to the TV show official facebook page by admins of that page, so probably it is the main reason of the unusually high number of viewings.
According to the TV show official facebook page the story about the great-grandmother Rozalia watched about 1 000 000 TV spectators. Consider, that Slovakia has only about 5.5 million inhabitants. So many people watched not only the story, but also Patricia's singing in the final. The amount of TV spectators is quite comparable with Talentmania 2010 final. The TV Markiza is available also in Czech Republic as cable TV station and can be watched using satellite receiver.
Patricia's videos of Somewhere Over the Rainbow and Dancing Queen have arrived also at the Jackie Evancho fan forum on Amazon. It's wonderful to see Patricia do these pop numbers and I hope fans of both girls simply appreciate them for their huge talents and refrain from making invidious comparisons. They are musical peers. We would all be the beneficiaries if the girls were to meet one day, form a friendship and perform together. They will be sharing the same stages on occasion in their careers. It would be fantastic if they could do so together from time to time.
Today I visited Christmas concert of Slovak pop opera trio La Gioia, where Patricia performed as guest. She sang Ave Maria from Caccini and yet one Slovak Christmas carol 'Sleep, beautiful child'. My place was quite at back of the church hall, so almost nothing is visible on stage, but the recorded sound is I mean quite good.