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Where in the World is Patricia Brady-Danzig?


Andrei Licaret concert sponsored by PBD Associates, Inc.  February 6, 2013, 7:30 pm - Weill/Carnegie Hall. St. Luke's Lutheran Church, Dunellen, NJ. 16th Annual Musical Potpourri, Secaucus, NJ PEL Trio concert at Clarence Dillon Library, Bedminster, NJ. Mark Sullivan Educational Institute, College of St. Rose.  PBD, Founding Member Hello from Fabrizio, the squeezable doll. PBD at piano PBD in Oradea, Romania.  Romeo Rimbu, Conductor. Lidia Bastianich, noted Italian chef and author, accepting signed copy of <em>Fabrizio</em> book

Who is Patricia Brady-Danzig?

Patricia Brady-Danzig, beloved international soprano and recording artist, is also pianist for the PEL Chamber Trio. She has received numerous awards for her philanthropy and superb musicianship. The include: Symbol Star of Romania, presented to her by the President of Romania; she is listed as one of the 100 Outstanding Irish-Americans of 2000 by Irish-America Magazine; Woman of Distinction by The Star-Ledger; Certificate of Distinction from Central College, Pella, Iowa and several others.

Patricia holds vocal Master Classes at colleges and universities worldwide, and is also a widely regarded motivational speaker. Her children's book, "Fabrizio's Fable (La Favoladi Fabrizio)," written in English and Italian was recently published. In addition to being widely popular for children, this charming book is currently being used in two universities as a supplementary text.

Education: BS, Music; MS, Elementary Education; Doctorate Honoris Causa from The College of Saint Rose, the first music graduate to be so honored.

Now booking orchestral dates, recitals, and master classes for the 2012-13 season. Send an email to Patricia or call 973.761.0041.

Available Now! My new children's book,
"Fabrizio's Fable (La Favola di Fabrizio)"

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