ABOUT VICTORY

ALL ABOUT VICTORY

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Victory Brinker is the classical singing sensation best known as the first ever Group Golden Buzzer winner and Finalist on America’s Got Talent, as well as the Guinness World Record’s Youngest Opera Singer.

The Early Years

Victory was born on February 4, 2012. She was adopted as a newborn into the Brinker family. They had actually chosen her name and waited five years to adopt her. With a large family as her audience, Victory was a very early talker and singer. She loved music and was a natural performer, singing songs clearly at age two and memorizing entire albums by age three. She began performing at church at age 4.

 

A few days before turning 6, Victory asked to watch some videos of a singer could who sing the highest notes. Her mother showed her several videos of opera singers, and Victory declared she wanted be an opera singer. Two days later, she had learned Ave Maria by Gounod. Three weeks later, she won her first big talent show. Victory went on to compete in 13 talent shows that year, winning 12 of them. The next year, she went on to give concerts at festivals, private events and sporting events across the US.

 

Victory’s most notable performances these early years were at Carnegie Hall, the Apollo, Wonderama and on NBC’s Little Big Shots. Victory also performed for the NFL, NBA and MLB.

America’s Got Talent History Maker

When Victory was 4 and 5 years of age, she dreamed of being on America’s Got Talent and would stage mock AGT shows for her family, using drink coasters as the Golden Buzzer and Red X. At 9yrs old, Victory was able to see her dream come true when she auditioned for the judges on America’s Got Talent Season 16. She thrilled and surprised to receive the first ever Group Golden Buzzer after singing the French aria “Juliet’s Waltz” by Gounod. Victory went on to sing “Casta Diva” in the Quarterfinals, “ Nessun Dorma” in the Semifinals and “O Mio Babbino” for the Finals. She also was ecstatic to perform “The Prayer” with Pentatonix.

Guinness World Record Title

Victory was invited to perform in Milan, Italy in February of 2022, on the television show, “ Lo Sho de Record where she was also awarded the Guinness World Record for World’s Youngest Opera Singer. This title was based on her first professional contract at age 7yrs. 314 days in a variety show for the Pittsburgh Public Theater in 2019.

Recent News

Victory released a Christmas EP, “The Wonder of Christmas”, available on all digital platforms. CDs can be ordered here!

Victory has enjoyed giving interviews and performing for the Dr. Phil Show, CBS Mornings, NBC News, Good Morning America, CNN, Good Day LA, People TV, ET and many more.

 

Victory is continuing to keep busy with performing for private events and in public venues. She loves learning new pieces of music and studying languages. She currently sings in eight languages including French, Italian, German and Spanish. She is also studying conversational Italian and French.

At Home

When she isn’t performing and traveling, Victory is homeschooled and enjoys spending time with family and friends. She lives outside of Pittsburgh in Latrobe, Pa and loves playing piano, gardening, reading, creating art, swimming and playing with her 10 brothers and sisters!

Making A Difference!

While on AGT, Victory was overwhelmed by the need of the homeless and couldn’t wait to make and pass out care packages to the homeless in Hollywood. She came home and found a way to help locally through @lightoflife, an amazing organization serving the homeless and changing lives!

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