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eJAZZ NEWS January 16, 2007

This is a nice easy going album. Patrizia pitches out correctly and sings the songs as they should be, with no undue histrionics.

" I Could Write A Book" is cooly done with solid accompaniment. Patrizia sings this number "pretty for the people' as Mr. Prima used to say.  Comping joyfully is Richard James at the piano. Daniel Jackson on tenor works the changes from bottom to top in fine fashion. "Blue Skies" A clear and clean tone is the bottom line for this oldie and Patrizia gets after it in no uncertain terms with both clarity and style.It is a pleasure to hear vocals and musicianship with no clutter and fuss, and in a word, a ear pleasing experience.
5 Stars By John Gilbert ejazznews, January 16, 2007  *****
 

AMAZON January 15  2007

Patrizia All The Things You Are (Patrizia 937 750 020- 0)

A mature voice and forceful singing style mark this debut by Patrizia, a lady who has been around for a while but who until now has not recorded. Ably supported by Richard James, piano, Bob Magnusson, bass, Ronnie Stewart, drums, and tenor saxophonist Daniel Jackson, Patrizia swings through a selection of standards with considerable aplomb. The songs Patrizia has chosen include 'It Shouldn't Happen To A Dream', 'An Occasional Man', 'Lover Man', 'Blue Skies' and, of course, the title song of the CD. Nice, earthy interpretations and a sense that a very good time was being had by all make this a lively introduction to this singer. (Buy this now ...)
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W. ROYAL STOKES, PH.D JAZZ WRITER  Jan 25, 2007

Of Patrizia's All the Things You Are, W. Royal Stokes says --
Straight Ahead Jazz and the Great American Songbook are very alive and well in the able hands -- and wonderfully expressive voice -- of Patrizia, who has been appropriately dubbed The Sultry Lady of Jazz. Her splendid debut album of standards, All the Things You Are, captures the essence of such classics as "Blue Skies," "Willow Weep for Me," and the CD's title tune. Worth the price of admission is the set-concluding "Send in the Clowns," the emotional depths of which Patrizia plumbs to a fare-thee-well. This CD is more than a winner it is a treasure !

W. Royal Stokes has been observing the jazz, blues, and popular music worlds for more than six decades. He is the author of The Jazz Scene, Swing Era New York, Living the Jazz Life, and Growing Up With Jazz.

W. Royal Stokes, Ph.D. Jazz Writer
www.wroyalstokes.com Jan 25, 2007

 
JP JAZZ POLICE Saturday, February 18, 2006

Patrizia, The Sultry Lady of Jazz, at the Little Italy Carnevale in San Diego 2/25

The 3rd Annual Little Italy Carnevale presents Piazza Natale at Date & India Little Italy, San Diego 6-9pm accompanied by her pianist Alan Zundelevich. Patrizia will be providing Straight Ahead Jazz at the Piazza Natale at Date & India for the 3rd Annual Little Italy Carnevale a mirrored event of the great festival held in Venice each year.
Patrizia a popular San Diego based vocalist is gifted with a beautiful rich soulful voice, which is warm and radiant, impressive in it's range,which is both powerful, but delicately serene. She subtly controls the quality of her voice to aid her as she takes you on an enchanting musical journey as she tells the story. Her elegance, will remind you of Ella Fitzgerald, her vibrato of Billie Holiday, emotional depth of Carmen McRae,her sassiness and vocal quality control will remind you of Sarah Vaughan.

She will be accompanied by her pianist Alan Zundelevich a Latin American Jazz pianist, composer and arranger. Alan Zundelevich has been captivating audiences all over the world with his edgy and unique style. His jagged Latin rhythms, Straight Ahead Jazz Standards, intense playing, deep imagination and closeness to the listener, making his music a real journey into adventure. His music is a multicultural blend of diverse cultural traditions and the newest of trends. This is truly an evening not to be missed

The 3rd Annual Little Italy Carnevale is a tribute to the great festival held in Venice each year, weeks before Ash Wednesday. This significant Northern Italian event displays the richness and history behind the costumes and masks that have made this annual event world famous. In our personal way, the merchants of Little Italy - San Diego will sponsor an evening celebration honoring Italian culture a half-world away. We encourage the attendees to fashion a costume, which is befitting of the Carnevale in Venice and join us for a costume competition at the main stage (Piazza Basilone - India & Fir) and regale all the participating shops as well.

This one-day event will be celebrated on Saturday evening (5:00pm to 9:00pm), February 25th at various Piazzas and shops in Little Italy on India, Columbia and various side streets. The community will offer various venues of entertainment as well as merchants who will display their merchandise in honor of the Carnevale festivities. The Main Stage will be located at the Piazza Basilone, corner of India and Fir Streets. Throughout the evening additional entertainment will be found at the Piazza Villaggio (Beech & India), Piazza Jacaranda (Cedar & India), Piazza Natale (Date & India) and other small vignettes.
by Ronaldo Oregano
 

JAZZ NEWS  February 18, 2006

PATRIZIA...The Sultry Lady Of Jazz to perform at Carnevale!

San Diego, CA February 25, 2006 -PATRIZIA...The Sultry Lady of Jazz is back by popular demand to perform at the 3rd Annual Little Italy Carnevale at the Piazza Natale on Date & India February 25, 2006 6pm to 9pm. PATRIZIA will be performing carefully selected compositions from her vast repertoire of great american songs, reminiscent of the Sinatra era which have been arranged specifically for her by her pianist Alan Zundelevich. PATRIZIA is a very talented vocalist with a warm, soulful, radiantly powerful voice, yet delicately serene with an impressive 4 1/2 octave range. As she sings she becomes one with her audience developing an artistic and symbiotic relationship with her audience as she controls the quality of her voice to aid her as she takes you on an enchanting musical journey as she tells the story. Her elegance, will remind you of Ella Fitzgerald, her vibrato of Billie Holiday, emotional depth of Carmen McRae, her sassiness and vocal quality control will remind you of Sarah Vaughan, although her voice is truly her own with a unique quality all it's own.

Alan Zundelevich a Latin American Jazz pianist, composer and arranger, recently relocated to the San Diego and joined forces with Patrizia. Alan Zundelevich, has been captivating audiences all over the world with his edgy and unique style. His jagged Latin rhythms, Straight Ahead Jazz Standards, intense playing, deep imagination and closeness to the listener, making his music a real journey into adventure.  He is truly a multicultural blend of diverse cultural traditions and the newest of trends.

The Carnevale a mirrored event of the great festival held in Venice each year. They welcome you to fashion a costume, which is befitting of the Carnevale in Venice and regale them with your mask, gowns and suits. There will also be a costume contest with prizes. Be sure to prepare yours for a night of fun-filled entertainment, shopping and dinning, it will be like you have been transported into an 18th-century Canaletto painting.
 

LA JAZZ NEWS  September 23, 2005

The Velvet Lounge on the Roof - PATRIZIA... The Sultry Lady of Jazz coming to Riverside Art Museum
8:00 PM
Riverside Art Museum
3425 Mission Inn Ave (Mission Inn Avenue and Lime Street- hwy 91 (east and west)
Riverside, 92501-3304
(951) 684-7111
E-mail for more information
Click here for more information   PATRIZIA...The Sultry Lady of Jazz (vocalist)
Pianist,Arranger/Band Leader  Alan Zundelevich
Drums  John Hall
Bass  Clive Collins
Sax   Ian Tordella

Admission: $50.00

JP JAZZ POLICE  September 10, 2005

Fri, Sept. 30, The Velvet Lounge on the Roof - PATRIZIA... The Sultry Lady of Jazz coming to Riverside Art Museum , 8:00 PM @ Riverside Art Museum, 3425 Mission Inn Ave (Mission Inn Avenue and Lime Street- hwy 91 (east and west), Riverside, 92501-3304, (951) 684-7111 , PATRIZIA...The Sultry Lady of Jazz (vocalist), Alan Zundelevich (Pianist,Arranger/Band Leader, Drums, Bass, Sax, Admission: $50.00, PATRIZIA...

eJAZZ NEWS  September 08, 2005

Friday, September 30, 2005 at 8pm Mayer Roofing and Avante Garde are pleased to present
PATRIZIA... The Sultry Lady of Jazz at the Velvet Lounge on the Roof.

Traditionally an event offered by invitation only, Avante Garde is thrilled to extend the opportunity to the public to witness the performance of such a high caliber entertainer without having to drive to one of our neighboring big cities.

PATRIZIA  a popular San Diego based vocalist gifted with a beautiful voice, which is warm and radiant, impressive in it's range. She has an impeccable sophisticated rhythmic sense, perfect intonation. Her rich soulful voice is powerful but delicately serene. She subtly controls the quality of her voice to aid the interpretation of a song, juxtaposing phrases sung in a soft delicate, warm tone with others in a throaty growl allowing you to feel her passion as she takes you on a enchanting musical journey telling her story. Her flawless harmonic sensibility and intonation along with her elegance, will remind you of Ella Fitzgerald, her vibrato of Billie Holiday, her sassiness and vocal quality control of  Sarah Vaughan.   Please contact the museum at (951) 684-7111 or dkraemer@riversideartmuseum.org for ticket and/or museum membership inquiries.
 

JAZZ NEWS  September 07, 2005

PATRIZIA... The Sultry Lady of Jazz coming to Riverside Art Museum

Friday, September 30, 2005 at 8pm PATRIZIA... The Sultry Lady of Jazz known for her stylish interpretations of Jazz ballads, takes the stage atop the Riverside Art Museum which features stunning panoramic views of Riverside for their annual jazz fundraiser benefiting the museums education programming.  This event is always a sell out. But this year with PATRIZIA and her Jazz Quartet taking the stage an even quicker sell out is expected. Tickets are $50.00 via phone, email for non-museum members and go on sale to the public September 17.  Please contact the museum at (951) 684-7111 or dkraemer@riversideartmuseum.org for ticket and/or museum membership inquiries.

Doors open at 7:30pm      Seating is limited
 

THE PRESS-ENTERPRISE. September 6, 2005
  5         PATRIZIA, THE SULTRY LADY OF JAZZ will perform at 8 p.m. Sept. 30 at the Riverside Art Museum,
THINGS   3425  Misson Inn Ave. Tickets are $50 via phone, e-mail for nonmuseum members and go on sale Sept 17.
TO DO   Information: (951) 684-71111or dkraemer@riversideartmuseum.org.

By:  Marlene Tuscano
 

THE SAN DIEGO UNION -TRIBUNE  August 19, 2005
An Evening with Patrizia...The Sultry Lady of Jazz
Patrizia...The Sultry Lady of Jazz, a popular San Diego Jazz vocalist, takes the stage at La Scala, 110 Scott Street in San Diego on Saturday evening at 7 p.m.  August 20, 2005....
 
 

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NORTH COUNTY TIMES  January 21, 2005

This Saturday at 8 p.m., the Iconnect Cafe is proud to host an evening with Patrizia, a popular San Diego-based vocalist. Known to many in the San Diego community as the "Sultry Lady of Jazz," PATRIZIA will present a program of carefully selected material drawn from her vast performance repertoire.  Saturday evening's event promises plenty of music and fun for all in an intimate atmosphere.
 

By: JENNIFER GILSTRAP  January 21, 2005

NORTH COUNTY TIMES. November 12, 2004
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"Jazz vocalist sings at Iconnect Cafe"
"Vista--Patrizia, a San Diego jazz/blues vocalist known as "The Sultry Lady of Jazz," will perform three shows of jazz standards and blues beginning at 7:30pm, today at Iconnect Cafe, 201 E. Broadway in Vista."
"The daughter of a surgeon who moonlighted as a jazzman, Patrizia has toured the country with her jazz ensemble and counts Sarah Vaughan, Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday among her musical influences."
 
 

NORTH COUNTY TIMES.  August 24, 2004
"Welcome back Patrizia, glad to see you back singing after your accident, you were missed!
 

Clear Channel Radio. June 10, 2003
"You're an outrageous singer! Congratulations on your success!"

Stan Waters
Clear Channel Radio
 

 

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