Two gifted Sopranos, Marla Kavanaugh, a New Zealand born opera star of the "Highland Divas," and Carmen Amoros an actress and Broadway singer and Best Artist Grammy Award Winner, along with the amazing voice of international Tenor Sergio Marin, bring the excitement and magic of Spring to New York City. With their vibrant performances they will be filling the night air with Broadway tunes, music from the American Songbook, opera in several languages, Pop and Sacred music.
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Tenor Sergio Marin, graduated from the University of Carabobo with entry License in Music Education. He completed his studies in music in the Sebastian E. Lozano, Conservatory of the State of Aragua, The Symphonic Orchestra Conservatory of Carabobo, with recognized Masters in Venezuela and the United States. Sergio debute in Opera LA Traviatta as Gaston and was accompanied by the Orchestra Symphony of the state of Carabobo. He participated in the musical starring role in Has Been Born and Paradise, collaborating also as arranger and composer. He was Soloist Tenor Requiem by Andrew Lloyd Webber during his training in Valencia, Venezuela with the Bolivian Symphonic Orchestra. He was selected to participate in the Choir which accompanied Tenor Luciano Pavarotti in the city of Valencia and was first prize winner in the Festival of Sing FAME in Florida-USA. He was invited by the Music Department of Miami-Dade College as the soloist tenor in Mass in G Major by Schubert and gave various lyrical recitals. He was chosen as soloist tenor for the recording of Song of the City of Valencia with the Carabobo Symphony Orchestra. He received the recognition Pin Merit School of the Naval Postgraduate at this educational institution. The Mexican Government invited the: The Convention of Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and The Kyoto Protocol, where he sang to 194 presidents of the world and was also honored with a medal of recognition and gratitude by the Mexican Government. In Venezuela he received the gold CoHaeri and Anthony Award of Venezuela as International Artist of the Year 2011.
Soprano Marla Kavanaugh has toured throughout the United States and sings opera, Broadway tunes and American songbook standards. She was heralded by San Francisco critics as the "Voice of the Sorrowing Angel." She has appeared on various television shows in the United States, in New Zealand and in the United Kingdom. Marla tours internationally as part of the "Songbird's" team with her twin sister Marissa and with her husband America's Beloved Tenor, Daniel Rodriguez. Marla is also a performer with the "Highland Divas."
Carmen Amoros is a songwriter and a recording artist who has toured in the United States and has performed at Radio City Music Hall and Carnegie hall. She performs on Broadway, sings jazz and songs from the American songbook. She won the "Best Artist" Grammy Award with the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir. She is currently recording a music CD titled "Rainbow."
Marla Kavanaugh, Carmen Amoros, Sergio Marin, Accompaniment by Ira Allen,Pianist and the Parlor Strings Quartet; Bob Greenberg, MC