Patricia Kaas in Bucharest and Timisoara

“The artist began with “La langue que je parle”, a piece about sadness and the comfort you find in the language you were born in. Then she greeted the Romanian audience in both French and Romanian. After “Cogne”, there followed a song in which the artist expressed all her “personal hell” of the last few years, “Ma tristesse est n’importe où”, on deep notes and powerful sounds.

It was a good opportunity to open her heart to the public and to remember the times she performed in our country. The artist kept not only her vigour but also her sense of humour: “I feel happy to be here, it’s a great pleasure to come back to Romania, whenever I come back it’s either too cold or too hot!”.

The singer proved that age is just a number, brimming with energy and optimism. She danced on stage, changed her outfits, opting for a cape and a simple black outfit that showed off her flawless figure. Before performing “Adèle”, she sat on the floor, only to bring the whole Palace Hall to its feet during the memorable “Mademoiselle chante le blues”.” (iConcert.ro)

“From the first song, “La langue que parle”, when Patricia Kaas appeared on stage, she managed to create a mood in everyone present at the concert. The black colour of the band members’ clothing and her dress created a little suspense during the concert, perfectly complementing the impeccable image of the artist.

Perhaps she would have liked the audience to be more active, to dance with her, to applaud more frantically, like 4 years ago, when she remembered the warmth with which she was received, but the audience at the Sala Palatului needed a more serious warm-up, so it was only at the last songs, “Mademoiselle chante le blues” and “Il me dit que je suis belle” that they all went near the stage, offered her flowers and showed the artist that they appreciate and love her music.

The show took everyone through songs that were certainly in the hearts of many, “Ma tristesse est n’importe ou”, L’es hommes qui passent”, “Ne l’oublie jamais”, “Mon mec a moi”, and they showed Patricia Kaas as she is, sometimes sad, sometimes joyful, even expansive, sometimes in love, sometimes betrayed, sometimes alive, sometimes numbed by the lack of love.” (InfoMusic.ro)