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Concert: Italian Tenor Luciano Lamonarca

Sunday, October 14, 2018, 02:00pm


An afternoon concert of famous arias, songs,
and sacred hymns

St. Cecilia Lecture and Concert Hall

The acclaimed Italian tenor Luciano Lamonarca has performed in venues across North America and Europe and under the patronage of some of the most famous cultural and political institutions. Among them have been the United Nations, European Union, Presidency of the Italian Republic, and Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Of particular importance were his performances at the United Nations General Assembly, Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, Madison Square Garden, the prestigious Palais Liechtenstein Museum in Vienna, and Teatro Politeama in Palermo.

In March 2009 he released his first album titled Mamma, profits from which he donated to the City of Hope project in Zambia, Africa. In January 2012 he released his new album, The Impossible Dream, an outstanding compilation of Italian operatic arias and American pop-operatic hits, made in partnership with The New York Choral Society. Part of the proceeds from each song were donated to the Mini Maestros Program.

On October 9, 2018, Tenor Lamonarca will launch his solo album Volare, a tribute to the beloved song Volare, written and recorded by “Mr. Volare” himself, composer and singer Domenico Modugno. 

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