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Enjoy an evening of classical music with Italian tenor, Pasquale Esposito. The evening's repertoire will include Opera Aria, Neapolitan Songs and Original Compositions. The concert will benefit the Nativity Church and Notable Music and Arts Organization.
The event will take place on Sunday, October 27, 2013 at 7:30 P.M. at the Nativity Church located in Menlo Park, CA.
Pasquale Esposito is an international touring and recording tenor. He was born in Naples, Italy and immigrated to the United States in 1988 after winning the Green Card Lottery. Thereafter, he pursued his passion for music by studying at San Jose State University’s School of Music under the direction of Professor Joseph Frank. In 2009, he received a degree in vocal performance specializing in opera. Pasquale has released 6 full length CDS and is presently working on his 7th album that will be a Spanish version of his CD: A Brand New Me (2009). He is currently touring with his last release “Il TEMPO” which is a double CD comprising of music spanning from 1880-2011.
Pasquale has performed throughout the United States and Europe with the finest Orchestras as a guest tenor focusing on his interpretation of the great Opera Arias, Neapolitan Songs and his Original Compositions. Driven by his passion to celebrate music history as an educator, Pasquale is presently working on a PBS project focused on the life and career of Italian tenor, Enrico Caruso. Pasquale has teamed with a dynamic crew to present a musical concert in Naples, Italy on September 3 and 4, 2013 intertwined by a compelling documentary tracing the career of Caruso.
Aside from touring and recording CDs, Pasquale has carried his love for music by teaching young vocalists the critical techniques for singing by establishing the Notable Music Academy in 2010. His academy provides instruction based on the “bel canto” method of singing that dates back to 17th century Italy. Students enjoy a rigorous program of study that combines both music theory with bel canto vocal exercises. Students are also primed to apply their talents to live performance as well as recordings. In 2012, he expanded his passion for promoting music education by establishing a non-profit charitable organization: Notable Music and Arts Org. Through the non-profit, he continues to provide music outreach programs to local Title 1 Schools and to the underserved.
For more information about Pasquale Esposito, click HERE.