The classically trained, young Hungarian singer, Rozina Pátkai found her true voice as a jazz artist. For the past three years she has been thrilling fans with her bossa nova infused compositions, earning honors at numerous competitions, Jazz and Fringe festivals throughout Europe.
This is smartly performed music by a youthful and adventurous voice.
(All About Jazz, Michael C. Bailey)
There can be little better evidence of the international appeal of Brazilian music than
Você e Eu by Rozina Pátkai.
(Jazz History Online, Thomas Cunniffe)
Loaded with everything you could want and more, this date is a winner throughout,
crisp and clear and loaded with more hot vibes than one release should have.
(Midwest Records, Chris Spector)
But it's Pátkai's singing, her depth of nuance, that striking familiarity with sonic
cultural cues contained in lilting melodious refrains that blindside the listener and lay
him out for the count, smiling and groovin’