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Argentine Tenor to Appear at Broad Stage

Two years ago Carlos de Antonis made his U.S. debut at UCLA’s Royce Hall. Now, he makes his first appearance at The Broad Stage in Santa Monica on Saturday, Oct. 24, at 7:30 p.m.

Classically-trained Argentine Tenor, Carlos de Antonis performs Viaje Latino with internationally acclaimed guitarist and conductor Sir Angel Romero. Classically trained with cross-over appeal, Carlos de Antonis will sing some of his most acclaimed songs with piano and guitar including classics such as Di Capua’s O solo mio and Consuelo Velazquez’s Besame Mucho as well as solos sets on piano and with Sir Angel Romero on guitar.

Carlos de Antonis last appeared in Los Angeles in March 2007 to sold-out performances at Royce Hall. His flair and showmanship is renowned in Europe and South America. Mr. de Antonis is known for his music, charisma, and dazzle. Carlos de Antonis transports audiences to a dazzling world of color and joyful music.

From 1990 through 1991, Carlos de Antonis performed with the chorus of the three most important theaters in South America: Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires, Teatro Argentino in La Plata, and Teatro Avenida. In the same period he debuted in the musical Dracula, which in 1994 went on a tour and became well known throughout Latin America. In 1993 he played the leading role in the first international version of The Hunchback of Notre Dame, which was presented at the Luna Park Stadium in Buenos Aires. In 1995 he once again played Quasimodo in the Argentine

Now he is appearing in our neighborhood at The Edye Second SpaceSanta Monica College Performing Arts Center

For tickets and info: 310.434.3412 or www.thebroadstage.com

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