FULL PRESS LIST
Below articles from Hong Kong, Italy and New York
An elegant and heartfelt interpretation of “Smile” (Charlie Chaplin, John Turner and Geoffrey Parsons) was the province of soprano Francesca Capetta.
Marylin Lester, Theater Pizzazz
"Lovely, Italian-born Francesca Capetta’s slight accent colored her “God Help the Outcasts” from The Hunchback of Notre Dame, her face expressing as much as her voice."
Joel Benjamin - Theaterpizzaz
"The very beautiful Capetta opened with a dramatic and emotive “La vie en rose,”Piaf’s signature song.(Capetta’s evocative facial expressions enhanced her performance of “If You Love Me (Really Love Me),” the hit English version of the Piaf-penned L’hymne à l’amour."
Ron Forman - Cabaret Scenes
Congratulations from the Italian Consulate in New York City
In the picture the Italian Vice-Consul Isabella Periotto with Francesca Capetta