She subsequently furthered her studies in both organ and vocal interpretation, with a particular focus on the repertoires of the renaissance and baroque periods.
She has appeared in prestigious concert series as well as in operas and oratorios, collaborating with such important vocal and instrumental ensembles as “Cappella Artemisia” (dir. C.Smith), “Harmonices Mundi” (dir. C. Astronio), “La Capella Reial de Catalunia” (dir. J.Savall), the Ensemble “Cantar lontano” (dir. M. Mencoboni), the “Venice Baroque Orchestra” (dir.A.Marcon) , “La Venexiana” (dir.C: Cavina), “Modo Antiquo” (dir.F.Sardelli), “Abendmusik” (dir. John Finney).
For the chamber music, she collaborates with the pianists Carlo Mazzoli and Stefania Neonato, and with Ensemble Musagète (dir. G.Guglielmo)
She has recorded for the labels “Tactus”, “Rivo Alto”, “Naxos”, “Simphonia” and “Chandos”, and has recorded the cantatas op. 4 for soprano and basso continuo by Tomaso Albinoni and “S.Giovanni Battista” by A.Stradella with the ensemble “Harmonices Mundi”,for the label “Stradivarius”.
As part of the experimental program for early music in Italian conservatories, Patrizia is professor of Renaissance and Baroque Singing at the “A. Boito” Conservatory of Parma. .
Moreover, she teached in the International Courses of Early Music in Belluno, Pamparato (Cuneo), Nervi (Genova), Bolzano, Monte S.Savino (Arezzo), Corinaldo (Ancona) , Rovereto (Trento), Castelnuovo Magra (La Spezia) and at the “Scuola Civica” in Milano.