MELODIES OF SPRING CONCERT: The Astounding Voices of two Sopranos and a Tenor will fill the New York Airwaves with Opera, American Standard Songs and Broadway Tunes

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Sunday, April 14, 7:30 pm: Melodies of Spring repertoire highlights songs from various genres, such as Opera, Broadway and songs from the American songbook.

The astounding voices of these artists are mesmerizing. You will not want to miss this amazing event!!! -New York Podcasting Cafe on Blog Talk Radio.Com.

On April 14, 2013, a diverse group of talented and award winning artists, will come together in unison to spark magic in the hearts of many New Yorkers, singing pop music, Broadway tunes, Opera and songs from the American Songbook.

Without a doubt their amazing voices will bring the audience to great exultation. They are inspired not only by the music and their prestige, but by the warmth and appreciation that they share with the audience.

The talented internationally known television actor and comedian Bob Greenberg, will be the Master of Ceremony for Melodies Of Spring. Bob Greenberg famous for his impersonations of Jackie Gleason, Laurel and Hardy and Alfred Hitchcock, has been seen on major television networks, SNL, Lights Out, Next Best Thing, Letterman, Conan, Primetime Live and Law & Order and many others.

Featured in the concert will be Soprano Marla Kavanaugh, who has graced many distinctive and well-known stages across the United States in the theater industry and overseas, alongside of her husband Daniel Rodriguez, formerly known as the “Singing Policeman” who blessed the hearts of New Yorkers, just days after 9/11, as he sang at the ceremonies of funerals of many of 9/11 fallen heroes. Both Marla and her husband are regulars on many New Zealand Daytime shows and tours with her husband internationally and across the United States. She also forms part of a group called the Highland Divas which is currently on tour and is part of the duet Songbirds, with her twin sister Marissa Dikkenberg. Marla has been heralded in the San Francisco Chronicle as an exciting “young singer” and her voice, “the voice of a sorrowing angel.”

Soprano Carmen Amoros has performed internationally and in New York at many prestigious Broadway venues. She has also performed on Channel 4 and has performed, recorded with and toured the country with the internationally known Grammy Award winning Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir. She has performed as a soloist at Radio City Music Hall and Carnegie Hall in New York City and on Broadway venues such as Don’t Tell Mama. An actress (SAG-AFTRA member), Carmen has worked on various television shows and movies, such as Law and Order, the Sopranos, Enchanted, World Trade Center, School of Scoundrels and other feature films.

Tenor Sergio Marin, Debuted in the Opera LA Traviatta as Gaston and was accompanied by the Orchestra Symphony of the state of Carabobo, Venezuela. He was Soloist Tenor Requiem by Andrew Lloyd Webber during his training in Valencia, Venezuela with the Bolivian Symphonic Orchestra and selected to participate in the Choir which accompanied Tenor Luciano Pavarotti in the city of Valencia. Sergio became first place winner for FAME en la Florida-USA. He received the recognition Pin Merit School of the Naval Postgraduate at this educational institution. The Mexican Government invited the: THE CONVENTION OF NATIONS FRAMEWORK CONVENTION ON CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE KYOTO PROTOCOL, where he sang before 194 heads of state.

The astounding voices of these artists are mesmerizing. You will not want to miss this amazing event. Tickets for the concert are on sale now at

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