Monday, September 14, 2009

Italian Singer, Giada Valenti Sharing Sneak Peek of PBS TV Special.

In September and October Italian singer Giada Valenti will give a sneak peek of her new show “Tribute To Love” that she will film in December for PBS.

“Tribute To Love” is truly a unique and entertaining show that appeals to the romantic in all of us. Giada's great storytelling and emotional vocal skills takes her audience on a virtual trip through the most romantic places on earth, as she performs timeless songs as "Speak Softly Love (theme from the Godfather)", "More" (song from the movie "Mondo Cane"), "Caruso", "Mamma", "Tell Me When/Quando Quando Quando" and many songs of her new CD "And I Love You So", like "Cinema Paradiso", "It's Impossible", "You Don't Have To Say You Love Me/Io Che Non Vivo Senza Te" and "La Vie En Rose". Her talent is that she can sing as well powerful, with a lot of energy, with songs like “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You”, but also with a very soft voice when she sings “First Time Ever I Saw You Face”. All songs have new fresh arrangements.

Musical Director is Mr. A.T.N. Stadwijk who was for 15 years MD of Harry Belafonte, on drums Obed Calvaire who toured the last 3 years with Peter Cincotti, on bass Saadi Zain who played with many Broadway musicals, on guitar Ricardo Vogt who toured all around the world in the last years with Esperanza Spalding and Eliane Elias.

• Thursday, September 24, 2009 - 8PM - Dicapo Theatre, New York, NY

• Saturday, October 17, 2009 - 8PM - Hilton Hotel, Atlantic City, NJ

• Friday, October 30, 2009 - 8PM - Queens Theatre in the Park, Flushing, NY

Giada Valenti is recognized for her special voice and great stage presence. With her October 2008 release, And I Love You So, Giada is bringing her sophisticated music and European style to music fans worldwide. And I Love You So features Giada’s interpretations of such songs as “La Vie En Rose”, “It’s Impossible”, “Grande Grande Grande” and “Se (love theme of Cinema Paradiso)”. The number one jazz resource on the web, E-jazz News, writes: “If you listen to the pop/jazz music of BublĂ©, Diana Krall and Norah Jones, then you will definitely want to get a hold of And I Love You So and let Giada Valenti enchant you with her voice and mesmerize you with her music.”


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