Gian Faraone is quickly creating a rare musical art form. Incorporating the signature sounds of the greatest voices of the 20th century, from Pavarotti to Sinatra, Faraone has never had a problem with collaboration. A multi-cultural background and fluency in Italian, Spanish and English allows Faraone's powerful music to be both accessible and authentic in any musical setting.
Raised in an Italian household in Venezuela, Gian began performing at the age of ten, after his father bought him his first piano. Gian quickly became a household name in world-renowned Margarita Island and Caracas, regularly performing in casinos, hotels, and jazz clubs, as well as consistently performing at weddings and various corporate events. Gian then continued his success at the famous Berklee College of Music, where he quickly grew in popularity to become known as "The Crooner Of Little Italy" in Boston.
Aside from being the showcased headliner for countless Italian feasts, Gian has performed for numerous well-respected audiences, including performances for the mayor of Boston at the "We Are Boston Gala", and the "Boston City Hall Concert Series" where he had the honor of performing alongside the great Ann Hampton Callaway and Jane Monheit. Gian's most memorable performance was when he had the opportunity to sing at the massive "Boston Lighting Of the Tree" ceremony for a crowd of 27,000 people on two consecutive years. For this performance, he shared the stage with R&B star Brian McKnight, Katharine McPhee, Patti Austin, Melinda Doolittle, Boston POPS conductor Keith Lockhart, The Radio City Rockettes, among others.
Gian's magnificent voice, charm and classic good looks all contribute to his unique persona, and the magic of his artistry and entertainment.
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