Talented singer, Sissy Castrogiovanni, presents her debut album, "Intra Lu Munnu", mixing Mediterranean jazz and Sicilian popular music. She will be accompanied by a 6-piece band and a chorus of singers. AccompanimentNando Michelin, Piano; Miguel Angel Lous, Sax; Keala Kaumeheiwa, Bass; Tiago Michelin, Drums; Tareq Rantisi, Percussion; Jussi Reijo...

By Patrick D. Rosso   South Boston will be breaking out the green, white, and red Thursday as the neighborhood celebrates its Italian residents at Medal of Honor Park. The annual South Boston Italian Pride event, which includes a concert featuring Michael Dutra and the Strictly Sinatra Band, will be held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Aug. 22. &nbs...

The Italians are coming – but these particular Italians are bringing music, not, as in that TV car commercial, the latest model FIAT.   Hit Week, the international festival of contemporary Italian music, returns to North America in October with a series of concerts in Miami, New York, Toronto and Los Angeles.   Read more   Sour...

by Roberto Natalini   In the wake of last month's tribute to Maestro Verdi, the San Francisco Opera celebrated once again an Italian musical master, concluding in style the fall 2013-14 season. Gioachino Rossini's eternally fresh comic masterpiece The Barber of Seville has enchanted the public during the last month of November, with an...

This Sunday - October 5th - 2:00 - 5:00 P.M.Italian American Museum Presents RHYTHM IS THE CURE: A Healing Dance and Percussion Workshop Featuring the tarantella rhythms and steps   Conducted by Alessandra BelloniREMO Signature Series Artistwww.alessandrabelloni.com www.youtube.com/alessandrabelloni Message from Museum Presiden...

When San Jose tenor Pasquale Esposito was growing up in Naples, Italy, the soaring vocals of hometown opera hero Enrico Caruso often filled his family's apartment. The music didn't stop when the then-6-year-old accidentally broke the needle on his grandfather's record player. His grandfather asked him to sing.       The l...

Adrian Da Prato, a member of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra's violin section from 1946 until 1996, died on Tuesday, March 17, 2015, in Chicago. He was 94.   Born in Barga in 1920, in the region of Tuscany, Da Prato became fascinated with the sound of the violin while attending silent movies as a child in his native Italy. The films were acco...

June 7, 2015 - Sunday 1:00 PMGolden Gate Park, Transverse & Kennedy Drives- San Francisco, CaliforniaThe Golden Gate Park Band, under the direction of Michael L. Wirgler will present a concert as part of its 2015 season on Sunday, June 7, in Golden Gate Park at the music concourse, located at Ninth Ave. and Lincoln Way, San Franc...

by Eric Stephen   The eventful first two months of 2016 for Lady Gaga continued on Sunday with her performance of The Star-Spangled Banner before Super Bowl 50 at Levi Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif. The six-time Grammy Award winner sang the anthem just under the time of 2:20 set by oddsmakers in one of Sunday's more memorable Super Bowl...

by Paul Rogers   "If God would have a singing voice, he would sound a lot like Andrea Bocelli." So said Las Vegas headliner Celine Dion of the celebrated Italian tenor with whom she dueted on the 1999 hit single "The Prayer."   Bocelli, whose 80 million albums sold worldwide make him the best-selling classical music solo artist of all...