Cristina Fontanelli award-winning international classical/crossover singer

Sep 05, 2015 1555

by W.A Muller

Cristina Fontanelli has become a well-known personality through her recordings, her appearances on TV, radio, in concert, nightclubs, and opera, and through her acting debut on network television. She has appeared as PBS-TV/NY affiliates host for Andrea Bocelli's "Live From Central Park" also starring Celine Dion and Tony Bennett; for the "Il Volo Takes Flight" special; Vienna Boys Choir and Qi Gong PBS-TV Specials. In November of 2014 Cristina was chosen by the Italian government as a world-wide representative of the Puglia region to sing in Bari, Italy.

She is the "voice of Domino's Pizza" on their national radio commercial, the voice of "Nonna" on PBS-TV Chef Lidia Bastianich's Christmas special (in over 300 PBS outlets across the U.S.) and has appeared on CBS Weekend NY in interview/performance/co-hosting roles for the past 2 years. Cristina's beautiful soprano voice has taken her to the White House as part of President Clinton's holiday celebration and Cristina was invited to open the ceremonies at the Stars and Stripes Inaugural Ball for President George W. Bush. This following her "Lifetime Achievement Award in the Arts" from the Order Sons of Italy in America (previous honorees include Luciano Pavarotti).

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