HAITIAN TENOR ISAACSON BUTEAU
The Great operatic soloist and lyrical Tenor native of Haiti Isaacson Buteau will perform a selection of opera favorites from Puccini, Verdi and Massenet in Holy Family Church.
Program: ARIAS FROM VERDI | PUCCINI | MASSENET | JOKES | RAFFLE | PRIZES
Please, come and support, you'll see with your own eyes and hear with your own ears this great Haitian artist in the diaspora. If you never heard him sing opera, this is your chance to do so. If you did, you might probably classifying among the greatest Domingo or Pavarotti.
Isaacson Buteau, Tenor, born in 1973 in cayes, Haiti, had to overcome many obstacles before being able to develop his natural talent as a singer. Political situation forced him to leave Haiti in 1993 to reside in USA, where he enrolled in the medical program at Florida International University and obtained a bachelor degree in Nursing. Encouraged by faculty members, he pursued voice studies at Miami Music Works and the University of Miami. Among his teachers are Pamela Ascroft and Dr. David Malis. Mr Buteau has sung in Miami, Atlanta, Boston, NJ, New York. In Florida he won several TV competitions. In December 2011, Isaacson Buteau was the first Haitian operatic tenor who took center stage in the 120 years history of Carnegie Hall. Mr Buteau donates a share of the proceeds of all his performances to Haitian Orphans and churches. He is a Registerd Nurse, fluent in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Haitian Creole and Italian. He plays the piano and the guitar as well.
Don’t wait to get tickets to see Haitian tenor Isaacson Buteau performing this month at Holy Family Church’s on July 22 at 7 p.m. in the school auditorium. Tickets are $20 in advance, $25 at the door (if they are any left).
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Tickets can be also purchased on www.radioprovidence.com website.
Last update 07-01-2017
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