Enrico Caruso: His Life, His Music, His City ~ PBS Proposal ~ Pasquale Esposito, Italian Tenor

I want to tell you about Pasquale Esposito‘s unique documentary/concert paying homage to Italian Tenor, Enrico Caruso through his life, his music, his city.

Italian Tenor, Pasquale Esposito, founded Notable Music and Arts Organization in the Spring of 2012 with the hopes of promoting music education both globally and locally. Through the non-profit charitable organization, Pasquale and his production team are presently preparing for a PBS proposal titled: Enrico Caruso – His Life, His Music, His City.  The project is a documentary/concert that pays homage to the great Italian tenor, Enrico Caruso. The project will highlight Caruso’s beginnings in his hometown of Naples, Italy and the music, scenes, and people that influenced him as an individual and performing artist.


Through Pasquale Esposito’s perspective, the audience will experience a unique portrait of Caruso that has never been exposed through the fusion of a live concert coupled with a documentary. The goal of the project is to provide the world with a complete DVD of the documentary/concert and an audio CD including all of the songs performed in the documentary/concert which would provide knowledge of this great figure in music history and to pay tribute to the “bel canto” technique. In order to expose this great project to the masses, it will be first pitched to PBS and other channels for televised broadcasting for 2014 prior to public distribution.

The concert is set to be filmed at Castello Giusso on September 3 & 4, 2013 on the Amalfi Coast, Italy and the documentary footage will be filmed in Naples, Italy. This Kickstarter project is currently 98% funded with just 15 days to reach its goal! Please make your pledge today. All donations are tax deductible.

I have backed this wonderful and aesthetic project; I am hoping you will too. For more information, please call 408-528-6308 or email.

Thank you!


Fine Artist & Muralist

3D View of the Sistine Chapel – a 360-Degree Panoramic Splendor

I went to this website and found it absolutely mesmerizing. You have the ability to scroll 360 degrees “within” the Sistine Chapel, all the while being accompanied by beautiful chorale music playing in the background.


The artwork here is beyond incredible and is spiritually uplifting. Such splendor.


Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni’s tour de force: the Sistine Chapel ceiling. My most favorite work of art in the entire world.

I hope you enjoy this experience as much as I did.  Have a wonderful weekend and speak with you soon.


Mischa Maisky plays Bach Cello Suite No.1 in G

This is exquisite.