Italian Music in America.


This program was at the Elmwood Park Municipal Building where Quinn spoke about La Scala and his time in Milano. His insider comments on Voices and LaScala from a backstage perspective were a highlight.

Quinn worked in Milan, Italy and loves doing Opera programs, or on Broadway for your audience. Newark has an illustrious Opera history from the retirement home of Maria Jeritza, to Beverly Sills in NORMA, Magda Olivero in TOSCA, and farewell recital’s by Roberta Peters, Franco Corelli, and Sills.

When Marilyn Horne lived in Orange she sang a concert performance with Henry Lewis of PRINCE IGOR. The Times could have lobbied for an Historic Site of Jeritza’s still standing estate as she frequented he Opera a Symphony Hall in Newark, as did Giovanni Martinelli, and even Imelda Marcos. Alfredo Silipigni devoted most of his career to the Opera in Newark, and made notable recordings of rarely heard opera’s by Mascagni and Leoncavallo as well.

Exits and Entrances includes chapters on history of Lyons, France and sister silk City Paterson, NJ. New Book Provides Behind-the-Scenes Look at 25 years Off-Broadway, Opera at LaScala, and Lyons including the Kennedy and Lincoln Centers as well as International Productions. Mr.Quinn has worked with first class writers and opera conductors including luminous names such as Frank McCourt and Claudio Abbado. Olympia Dukakis: on FANGS TO RICHES: “As a great many indictments of American culture…if performed w/gusto… it would have a strong impact….be an ideal project…for an audience. You’re a very talented man. “ Olympia. 2010 Next Generaton INDIE finalist award winner SHORT PLAYS TO LONG REMEMBER ISBN 978–1–886586–14–7

Finalist in Performing Arts category — 2012 USA Best Book AWARDS from BOOK NEWS! 2010 Next Generation Indie Book Finalist Award winner compiled and edited by Francine L. Trevens — an eclectic collection of 27 plays by 14 American authors including: Perry Brass, Daniel P. Quinn

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