From Italy Con amore (With Love)
SATURDAY JUNE 23RD @ 3 P.M.
LOCATION : 345 Lafayette Avenue, Hawthorne, N.J.
Registration Is Required. Call 973-427-5745
Sponsor: Louis Bay 2nd Public Library
PROGRAM OF : Popular, Traditional & Classical Italian/Neapolitan Songs,
Besame Mucho, My Yiddishe Momme, Musical Theater Pieces, Italian/American Love Ballades, Italian Opera, Movie Sound Tracks & More…..
“The beauty of Salvatore Chiarelli’s voice will transport you to a small Italian village on the Adriatic Sea or to an outdoor café in Rome. His voice is inviting, heart-warming, vibrant & seductive.”
Roger Malouf, conductor @ The Metropolitan Opera House.
Some Newspaper Reviews
“BELLISIMO…Tenor Salvatore Chiarelli. There’s always a following when a performer has a niche, and this proud Italian American, originally from Brooklyn, has found his in singing Neapolitan songs, opera and musical theater.” Susan M.Dougherty,The Westfield Ledger & The Times.
“I would recommend Salvatore Chiarelli as one of five performers to see in all of Bergen County this weekend.” The Record Newspaper.
“Exceptionally talented tenor Salvatore Chiarelli entranced his enthusiastic audience with professionalism & a magnificent voice which nearly shook the walls.” Bee Smith, Union County Local Source Newspaper.
“The music was enchanting and first rate. I was pleased to see young people and a full house.”
The Advertiser – News, Vernon N.J.
“ Salvatore Chiarelli’s swelling vibratos and ringing high notes swept over the audience. Chiarelli worked the room with a seasoned crooner’s finesse, joking between song and eventually eliciting shouts for an encore after breaking the news that the show was over.” Michael Shor The Examiner News
“During his singing he earned many barvos and standing ovations. He is very talented and his choice of selected tunes was excellent! His singing is heart warming and his voice is deep and rich in tone.”
Benedetto V. Scannella, Coordinating Editor of L’Esperienza Italian-American Magazine
“Mr. Chiarelli had a great rapport with the audience and was able to make everyone feel at home”