O Patricia Janečková
She first performed with an orchestra at the age of ten and made her solo debut on the stage at thirteen in 2011 as Annie in Britten's The Little Sweep. The German-born Slovakian soprano living in Ostrava came into the "child prodigy" category and into the public consciousness in 2010 after winning the Czech-Slovak TV competition Talentmania. Since then, she has grown into a singer under Eva Dřízgová-Jirušová and has given concerts in Austria, Germany, Portugal and France, performed at many international music festivals in the Czech Republic and collaborated with personalities such as Adam Plachetka and Peter Dvorský. In 2015 she made her debut in Mozart roles at the State Theatre Košice and the Slovak National Theatre in Bratislava. She has worked with the Janáček Philharmonic Orchestra Ostrava, the Symphony Orchestra of the Capital City of Prague, the Czech Republic, the Czech Republic, the Czech Republic, the Czech Republic, the Czech Republic, the Czech Republic, the Czech Republic, the Czech Republic. Prague FOK, Camerata Janáček, Collegio Marianum and has a long-standing artistic relationship with the National Moravian-Silesian Theatre in Ostrava. The fact that her voice really suits the interpretation of early music is evidenced by her absolute victory in the Concorso Internazionale Musica Sacra in Rome in 2016, which, among other things, enabled her to participate in master classes under the direction of Renato Bruson, soloist of Teatro alla Scala in Milan. She is currently studying singing at the University of Ostrava with already mentioned Eva Dřízgová-Jirušová.