The New York Times called Patricia, "an earnest and knowledgeable musician whose voice soared with sweetness and purity of sound." Cinco Dias newspaper, Madrid wrote, "She fulfilled the intentions of varied styles; excellent technique; intelligent musicality; beautiful coloring; perfect diction." In Sicily, she was hailed by La Sicilia newspaper as, providing a "…great musical experience of baroque and contemporary music."
As an Irish-American, Patricia Brady-Danzig is known in her beloved Ireland as “Patricia Brady, The Irish Nightingale”. She is the daughter of Irish parents, Joseph Michael Brady of Scariff, County Clare and Elizabeth D'arcy Brady (a descendent of the poet, Edmund Burke) of Maryborough, County Laos. Patricia's extraordinary musical gifts were discovered early by her Irish parents who said she could sing a complete melody by age 2! She was educated at the College of St. Rose, Albany, NY, earning a master's degree in music, and later, was granted an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters by her alma mater, the first Music graduate to be so honored.
New Jersey's Star Ledger selected Patricia Brady-Danzig as "Woman of Distinction" in 1999, and Irish America Magazine listed her as one of "100 Top Irish Americans of 2000".
Patricia’s devotion to art and to the teaching of young artists led her to form PBD Associates, Inc., her foundation dedicated to creating opportunities for young performers, such as scholarships, concerts, and foreign exchange programs. Luis Emilio Cabrera was the recipient of a PBD Associates, Inc. scholarship.
As a frequent guest on national and international TV and radio, Patricia has spoken about her musical career and charitable work on Good Day, New York; ABC Good Morning, Iowa; TV 12 New Jersey’s Talking; Channel 2 Bucharest, Romania; TodayFM, Dublin, Ireland; Cesar Lantigua, Radio Vision, NJ; Adrian Flannelly Program, NY; WNJN, State of the Arts program, and National Public Radio WXEL, Florida; the NBC Morning Show, Des Moines, Iowa; ABC-TV, West Des Moines; and Channel 12 TV, Good Morning Show, Edison, NJ, among others.
Patricia Brady-Danzig has six CDs: Sharing; Irish Jubilee; A Woman's Life in Love; Christmas Magic; From Romania With Love, sung in Romanian and English; and, Ojos Verdes (Green Eyes), a collection of traditional Spanish Dance Rhythms and Song Classics sung in Spanish and English. She is currently working on a seventh recording, “Believe”, a collection of Patricia’s favorite church music, expected next year.