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Musica Sotto le Stelle
“Their Songs, My Way” with Charlie Romo
Tuesday, July 23 from 6:30 to 9:30 pm. Doors open 6 pm
$125 members, $135 non-members.
Four-course dinner includes wine and soft drinks.
This Musica Sotto le Stelle at Casa Belvedere will feature Charlie Romo celebrating Sinatra & Friends: A Tribute to The Chairman of the Board & other Great Italian-American Voices
Come and savor fine dining ‘al fresco’ style while Charlie entertains you with live music. Added bonus: mesmerizing views of New York City’s Harbor and the Verrazzano Bridge as a backdrop. Reserve now, because this event will sell out quickly! If it rains, the dinner and show will be presented indoors. $125 members, $135 non-members. Four-course dinner includes wine, Flagship Brewery beer, and soft drinks.
Charlie will celebrate the music of “The Voice,” Frank Sinatra and other classic Italian-American singers. The award-winning contemporary crooner will perform timeless standards and classic songs from the Sinatra songbook (and more)!
Recently named “Best Musician on Staten Island” from the Staten Island Advance, award-winning contemporary crooner Charlie Romo is no stranger to Staten Island.  Inspired by his favorite interpreters of classic American popular songs – many of whom are Italian-American singers he grew up listening to (Bobby Darin, Frank Sinatra, Louis Prima, Vic Damone, Tony Bennett, Dean Martin, Dion DiMucci, Michael Bublé) – Romo’s goal is to carry the torch of timeless music by reviving it in his own dynamic and refreshing way.
Performing classic hits as if they were brand new, Romo’s high energy stage performances harken back to the greats, but ultimately, his performances set their own standard of excellence.  The local entertainer turned nationwide sensation frequently performs in cities throughout the country, including Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Miami, and New York (he has headlined at Lincoln Center, Birdland Jazz Club, and has performed the National Anthem for the New York Yankees, New York Mets, and 7 other MLB teams).
Romo is a proud Italian-American who grew up in a family with strong character, which has reinforced in him a style and persona that has served him well on stage and in life.  Romo recently performed a tribute to Bobby Darin during the live broadcast of the Columbus Day Parade on ABC7.  He is a member of multiple Italian American heritage organizations and considers it a mission to defy negative stereotypes of the Italian American community.  This performance is sure to be special, as Romo takes the stage at the Casa Belvedere for an intimate, one-night only show filled with timeless music!
What NYC critics are saying about Charlie Romo:
  • “The Frank Sinatra of This Generation.” — Times Square Chronicles
  • “The world will sit up and take notice. It’s going to be a heckuva great journey to watch.” — BroadwayWorld
  • “Charlie Romo does something wonderful. While not changing the feeling of these songs, he gives them a new infusion of life.” — Times Square Chronicles


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