From Early Frank Sinatra to Nat King Cole and Tony Bennett, NYU Jazz Performance graduate, Vito Barbiera's smooth and melodic playing and singing harkens back to a day when the melody line and lyrics were prominent. His authentic and pure renditions will keep your guests tapping and snapping along to all the great tunes from the American Songbook, from Gershwin to Porter. If it's elegance and style your after, NOT cabaret or campy, check him out today.
Price Range: Contact for rates
Gig Length: 60 - 180 minutes
Languages: English, Italian
What to Expect
Quite simply, our clients can expect elegant and timeless music. The jazz is very melodic and traditional in the sense of early Frank Sinatra (think Tommy Dorsey and Columbia Years) as well as Nat King Cole. Listen to the clips and hear for yourself.
Vito is available for all private functions from Cocktail Hours to corporate, holiday and engagement parties. He can play your piano or bring his own full-sized digital piano and amp. You can choose from instrumental only (Jazz Piano) or both (Jazz Piano and Vocals). With over 15 years of experience, Vito knows exactly the type of mood and music to provide for the festivities.
Additional Booking Notes
Minimum 1 hour.
Past Booked Events
|September 13, 2014||Luncheon/Tea|
Hundreds of standards. If Sinatra sang it, I know it.
|Vito Barbiera||Jazz Pianist & Vocalist|
Influences & Inspiration
Frank Sinatra, Tommy Dorsey, Harry James, Harry Connick Jr., Tony Bennett, Nat King Cole, Oscar Peterson, Errol Garner, Vince Guaraldi.
None required. Self contained.
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