December Gigs

Merry Christmas, Happy Hanakuh, Happy Kwanza and good tidings to a beautiful holiday season! Keep it festive this year, come check out my DECEMBER GIGS FRI 12/4   House of Leros, 9pm SAT 12/5   Florida Aquarium, 11am, 1:30, 3:15 Christmas Songs in Channelside, 12 noon MON 12/7  Most Holy Name Church,Continue reading “December Gigs”

Cellist at The Vault of Souls

Every Friday and Saturday in October, come experience The Vault of Souls.  Reservations only at   It’s a psychological, nonlinear, interactive haunt experience.   Check out these reviews… or be HAUNTED!!!    

William Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” at freeFall Theatre

First time being a musician in the pit! The true Shakespearean crowd will appreciate the innovation of this theater’s work.  Opening this Saturday May 23rd in St. Petersburg through Sunday June 14th. Evening performances:  Thur/Fri/Sat @ 8:00 PM Matinee performance:  Sun @ 2:00 PM Ticket info:

My cello gigs now till 2015!

11/28 – 12/31 Busch Gardens Christmas Town Tampa Bay, FL Performing solo cello songs in Pantopia 4:00 PM – 8:00 PM Click for more info & tickets: 12/17 Suncoast Symphony Orchestra Palm Harbor, FL Christmas Program conducted by Dr. Theodore DiCorso 7:30 PM 12/21 Philippine Christmas Festival Odessa, FL Solo cello performance 12:30Continue reading “My cello gigs now till 2015!”

My summer gig: “Ella the Cellist” in Busch Garden’s Pantopia!

I’m so excited to have created the role of “Ella the Cellist” in Pantopia at Busch Gardens.  She’s a hoot!  LOL   Come see the shows on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays at 11:00 AM, 12:00 PM, 1:00 PM & 2:00 PM in front of the Pantopia Theater where “Opening Night Critters” is now playing. Continue reading “My summer gig: “Ella the Cellist” in Busch Garden’s Pantopia!”

Bliss Street Duet

Based in Clearwater, FL, Orinta Delain (violin) and Rose Mallare (cello) first met while playing their instrument for local church services.  Orinta, the concert master and soloist for Suncoast Symphony Orchestra, invited Rose to play in the cello section.  Realizing they had a lot more in common musically, they added pop and rock covers toContinue reading “Bliss Street Duet”