FULL PRESS LIST
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