Patricia Janecková, a soprano, died from breast cancer

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Patricia Janeckovathe Slovak soprano, has died at the age of 25 due to to breast cancer who was diagnosed 20 months ago, according to reported the Facebook profile of the artist, considered a rising opera star.

"She passed away on October 1, 2023, surrounded by the tender care of her husband, Vlastimil Burda, and her loved ones," points out that social network, which states that the artist "leaves a lasting legacy through his sound and visual recordings, ensuring that he will remain with us forever".

Janecková announced in early February 2022 that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer and had to interrupt her performances.

"With a heavy heart, I have to leave the stage for a while and cancel all concerts to be able to fight and heal completely," he said then.

"Life goes on and I believe that I will win this fight with the help of the doctors and I will return with all my strength. I wish you all good health, be happy, take care of yourselves and, most importantly, do not forget prevention!", he said then. on his Instagram account.

Singer moved to Slovakia shortly after being born in the German city of Münchberg.

In 2010, when she was 12 years old, Janecková won the Talentmania talent showbroadcast on Czech and Slovak television.

A year later he published his first album, a project in which he participated Czech singer Karel Gottknown as the "Sinatra of the East", the Czech newspaper Blesk reports today.

Since then, she participated in numerous productions and at only 21 years old Janecková He already had 193 thousand followers on the social network YouTube and was considered by some experts to be a rising star of lyrical theater.

Singer She married actor Vlastimil Burda last June.

Last August he underwent to a mastectomy as part of the efforts to fight cancer, after six months of chemotherapy.


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