Thank You

I realized  that many people at the Phantom of the Rock Opera show last Friday night didn't see my Thank You on the videos screens so here it is for those that missed it....

Drawing by Erika Starr

PATRIZIA would like to thank

The Mod Club's Jorge Dias 
the Mod Club staff - best live venue in the city!!!!!!!

Niall Mellors for all his hard work and untiring dedication without whom this event would not have been possible.  I will never forget  your support and devotion. U rock !!!
The brilliant Emy Stantcheva and our media partner-  Addicted Magazine-


Motion visual artist Andrew Phillips for having brought us a visual feast on the screens tonight!

My stellar band - guitarist Ron Bechard, drummer Niall Mellors, keyboardist Christina Mulligan  and bass player Dave Freeman

The fab string quartet Alex Cheung (violin) Adrianna Lee (violin) Amanda Penner (viola) Alex McMaster (cello) and master arranger/composer  Michel Plourde

The  ultra cool  DJ Elektrophix

The kick ass bands that rocked the evening...The Apollo Effect, Die By Remote and JKMantis

and the fabulous performing artists

Aerialist Katelyn McCulloch of No Parachute Theatre -
and Pole dancer Kiran Friesen 

A word of thanks to those that have donated their talents and energy behind the scenes

 Carmelita Blondet of Divine Decadence Originals  -

Jayphotoworks Photography -
Luda Zadorovich Make up Artistry -

Billy Archos
Dave Dickson

Special thanks to  Mamma Giuseppina for her loving support and the gift of song , my late Papa` Mario for his fearless passion, to my  friends and fans  some of whom  have travelled very far to attend tonight and last but not least to those that have dedicate their time and energy to this event.
Tony, my right hand girl Luisa, Marilena, Mary,  Helen and Matt K.

Finally THANK YOU to all of you here tonight! Your support means more to me than I can say!!!!

“Do not follow where the path may lead. Go, instead, where there is no path and leave a trail.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson-

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