Dolcissimo Announces Fall Concert

New York, NY (PressExposure) July 07, 2009 -- Dolcissimo, an exciting new music group specializing in classical, light opera and Broadway show music will hold its next concert on November 22nd at Carnegie Hall (in the Weill Recital Hall). The group is one of NYC’s up & coming musical troupes, known for its heart-throbbing romantic songs and classical melodies. It is comprised of a Soprano, a Baritone and three Tenors, all with beautiful classically-trained voices.

Dolcissimo is a business and artistic collaborative venture between Esty Tzabar Crisona, owner of Eaj Productions and Dmitri Shevelev, owner of My Chess Family, who decided to join their two companies as investors and producers – as well as performers – in this powerful music venture.

“It all started when I met Esty,” says Dmitri, recalling the evening when he first heard her sing during a community singing event at the NY Synagogue. “After that everything was magical – as if things were predestined to happen in the amazing way they’ve turned out.”

The musical talents of Dolcissimo’s highly gifted members blend perfectly, bringing total harmony to the group’s performances. For each singer, music is not just a profession, but something they love and a part of their personality. Esty, for example, trained as a classical singer, has an angelic voice that is irresistible, as well as a wide vocal range. She came to the U.S. from Israel with impressive credits as an international singer and dancer, having performed in a number of European productions and won the Eurovision song contest in Paris, representing her country. Her music, which she markets through Eaj Productions, is much in demand for various NY events.

A daughter of a father who was an opera singer, Esty’s dream had long been to sing in concerts with four other opera singers. That vision became a reality when, after performing in concerts with Dmitri for about a year, the two decided to recruit the three other wonderful talented singers that make up the group and Dolcissimo was born.

Dmitri, the son of two classical pianists, was born in Russia and began singing at the age of six. Before coming to the U.S., he was with the New Israeli Opera for four years. In New York he is known in particular in his Synagogue for beautiful singing, which he says “is a religion in itself.” He is also a consummate chess master and coach, reaching out to chess enthusiasts with lessons for children and adults in the New York area through My Chess Family.

Dolcissimo has been heard on radio stations like WPAT (930AM) with John Luke and Teddy Smith, Davidson Radio (a Russian station, 620AM), and with Danny Stiles on WNYC (820AM) and WNSW (1430AM). The group has also taped a TV show that will be aired in New York and Connecticut as well as Los Angeles and Boston (July 22, Channel 57, 4:00pm Eastern Standard Time).

Now gearing up for their November 22nd event at Weill Recital Hall, Dolcissimo’s members are sure that this major concert will elevate the group to a new level. For more information visit the Website: Tickets will be sold at the Carnegie Hall Box Office, beginning in September, two months in advance of the event. Call 212-554-5380.


The Triad Theatre,
158w72 street,
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Press Release Submitted On: July 08, 2009 at 4:16 am
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