Victory Brinker


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Fall on me ( Andrea Bocelli )

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Victory Brinker- Queen of the Night(Der Hölle Rache)

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      • Victory sings Der Hölle Rache, an aria she loves singing and working on! She works with an amazing opera coach who has sung this aria professionally in operas for years! “This is an aria for the Queen of the Night in Mozart’s opera The Magic Flute (German: Die Zauberflöte). Mozart’s friend Emanuel Schikaneder wrote the words. The aria is written in D minor. The voice ranges over two octaves. It is known for being difficult to perform well. Mozart’s sister-in-law Josepha Hofer was the first to sing the aria on stage.”
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America’s Got Talent Season 16

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      • Nine-year-old Victory Brinker made “America’s Got Talent” history when she became the first contestant ever to receive a Golden Buzzer from all four judges, as well as the host.
        Victory has ten siblings and currently lives in Latrobe, Pennsylvania with her parents Christine and Eric Brinker.
      • There have been many appearances but now Victory has made it to the place she’s wanted to go since the start of her journey over three years ago, America’s Got Talent.
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Andrea Bocelli

Fall on me



[Verse 1: Matteo Bocelli]
I thought sooner or later
The lights up above
Will come down in circles and guide me to love
But I don’t know what’s right for me
I cannot see straight
I’ve been here too long and I don’t want to wait for it
Fly like a cannonball, straight to my soul
Tear me to pieces
And make me feel whole
I’m willing to fight for it and carry this weight
But with every step
I keep questioning what it’s true

[Chorus: Matteo Bocelli]
Fall on me
With open arms
Fall on me
From where you are
Fall on me
With all your light
With all your light
With all your light

[Verse 2: Andrea Bocelli]
Presto una luce ti illuminerà
Seguila sempre, guidarti saprà
Tu non arrenderti, attento a non perderti
E il tuo passato avrà senso per te
Vorrei che credessi in te stesso, ma sì
In ogni passo che muoverai qui
È un viaggio infinito
Sorriderò se
Nel tempo che fugge mi porti con te

[Chorus: Both]
Fall on me
Fall on me
Fall on me
Finché vorrai
Finché vorrai
Finché vorrai
Finché vorrai

[Bridge: Both]
I close my eyes
And I’m seeing you everywhere
I step outside
It’s like I’m breathing you in the air
I can feel you’re there

[Chorus: Both]
Fall on me
Fall on me
Fall on me
With all your light
With all your light
With all your light


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Meet the 9-Year-Old Opera Singer and AGT Finalist Who Is the 8th Child of 11: ‘So Blessed’

Never lacking an audience, Victory grew up with six brothers and four sisters.

“It’s so much fun, there’s always someone to play with,” Victory says. “We always have lots of games, even though we lose most of the pieces because we have a big family.”

The amazing journey started with the Brinkers welcoming two biological children before they adopted nine more. The kids currently range in age from 6 to 29.

We’ve adopted a lot of medical-needs children,” Christine explains. “We just put the paperwork out there and said, ‘If there’s anyone that knows of a child that has a need, and we’d certainly have the heart and the home for that child.'”

“Thankfully, today, we can say all of them but one has completely overcome the medical needs that they were born with,” the mom continues. “We have three boys that were born with spina bifida, who’ve gone on to play basketball and run and jump and just be as healthy as can be, and that’s been really miraculous in itself. Not only do we get to parent these children, but to watch them just thrive.”

Though they’ve embraced their family of 13, Christine says she and her husband never expected to have 11 children, especially after the first seven were out of diapers.

And then we were sitting in church and just had an overwhelming feeling placed on my heart that there was going to be another one and her name would be Victory,” she recalls.

Five years later, the green-eyed baby girl with an unbelievable operatic voice was born — ironically, on the same day as her new father.

“We couldn’t wait to get there and hold her,” Christine explains. “Probably the most special time was when we brought her home to the rest of the family because the whole family had waited five years for this little baby who would be named Victory.”

Years later, Victory’s talent and love for singing would take her to AGT, where she made history as the first contestant to receive the judge’s group golden buzzer.

“My heartbeats stomped, the waterworks started flowing, and I never thought that would happen,” Victory recalls of the moment. “It was so awesome.”

“I told her to just go out there and have so much fun,” Christine adds. “Watching her sing on stage was absolutely amazing. And then, of course, it was a dream come true to get that special golden buzzer.”

The 9-year-old is now promoting her new EP, which even features her three younger siblings in the music video for “Silent Night.”

“It feels great, because I love Christmas music and I love Christmas and I love CDs,” Victory says of her new album.

And though their lives are full, the Brinkers say they’re still open to adopting more children.

“We’re so blessed. We’re so thankful,” Christine says. “Sometimes I still say I have to pinch myself when I look at these children and I think I get to be their mom. And to think of all the different parts of the world and the countries that they’ve come from, and what they’ve overcome, and just the fact that call me mom is so shocking. Still such an overwhelming blessing.”

“It’s fun to watch these children come in and to know there’s a legacy that we’re leaving and that these children are going to go on and make a difference in other people’s lives, and we can make a difference here,” she adds. “And we just love having a large family.”




Victory Brinker is part of a huge family that is very supportive of the young musician.

Victory Brinker is being trained to be an opera singer.

She is gaining acclaim since her debut on “America’s Got Talent“.

During her audition for the show, the talented singer had the judges and audiences in awe after her extraordinary performance.

Further, Brinker was awarded Golden Buzzer after her performance.

She performed “Juliet’s Waltz” in the audition which cleared her way straight to the quarterfinals.


Opera Singer Victoria Brinker is a daughter and sister.

She found her first audience in the family.

Residing in Latrobe, Pennsylvania with her family, Victory’s parents have had the pleasure of attending her shows from concerts to the opening ceremonies of a game.

Meet Victory Brinker Parents: Father Eric And Mother Christine Brinker

Victory Brinker’s parents include her father Eric Brinker and Mother Christine Brinker.

His daughter says Eric is a person with a selfless heart.

He has managed to keep his details private.

Meanwhile, her mother Christine Brinker is a well-established individual.

She is a naturopathic doctor with experience of over 25 years in her professional career.

Further, she is a director of the Natural Family Wellness Center which focuses on providing education to people about their personal health.

In addition, the organization also helps in the adoption process.

Graduated in 1999, she attended Trinity School of Naturopathic Medicine for her educational supplements.

Christine accompanied her daughter, Victory, to AGT as well.


Victory Brinker is a sister to her 10 siblings ( 6 brothers and 4 sisters ).

However, they are not all her biological siblings.

Brinker along with her siblings was adopted by her parents Eric and Christine.

The green-eyed singer enjoys her time with her siblings.

Victory’s brother, Issac Brinker, is also a singer with a following.



Family Portrait

Victory Brinker

Victory Brinker singing for her siblings




Beloved, Music being so oral, it tends to null out all else.

Yet, in this singular case, the personhood and family she is planted in noises out the music itself.

Sing Bird!

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