Pasquale Esposito – a life for music

                   

with the Patronage of the Italian Cultural Institute of San Francisco

Are proud to present

Pasquale Esposito

A life for Music

February 23 at 5:30pm

Join us for a special event! Pasquale Esposito will be with us to talk about his life and of course, to perform some of his most famous Italian songs.

Pasquale Esposito is a singer and songwriter originally from Naples Italy, where he started singing at the age of six. In 1998, he moved to the U.S. after receiving a green card through an immigration lottery. He soon graduated from San Jose University with a degree in vocal performance and made an opera debut with the San Francisco Opera in the world premiere of Marco Tutino’s “Two Women.”  His career is amazing and he produced many great albums. The last one In the Spirit of Christmas came out in 2019.
Pasquale lives between San Jose, California and Naples, Italy.
He is serves on the advisory board of directors for the Little Italy San Jose Foundation. When not performing, he teaches voice lessons from his recording studio. He also founded Notable Music and Arts Organization in 2012, a music education non-profit. He is married and has three children.

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