Named a Rising Star Male Vocalist by DownBeat magazine, Tony DeSare has lived up
to the distinction by winning critical and popular acclaim for his concert performances
throughout North America and abroad. From jazz clubs to Carnegie Hall to Las Vegas, where
he has headlined with Don Rickles, Tony has brought his fresh take on old-school class
around the globe. He has three Billboard Top-10 jazz albums under his belt, and has been
featured on the CBS Early Show, NPR, and The Today Show. His music was
recently posted by social media celebrity George Takei.
In addition to his critically acclaimed turns as a singer and pianist, Tony is also an
accomplished, award-winning composer. He won first place in this year's USA Songwriting
Competition, and wrote the theme song for the motion picture My Date with Drew as
well as several broadcast commercials. His compositions include a wide range of romantic,
funny, and soulful tunes that can be found on his top-selling recordings as well as his
Appearances this season include performances with The Philly Pops, Dallas Symphony,
National Symphony Orchestra, Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra, and Atlanta Symphony
Orchestra, as well as at 54 Below, Stamford Center for the Arts, and the Dr. Phillips
Center for the Arts in Orlando, Florida. Tony DeSare is a Yamaha Artist.
Storm Large shot to national prominence in 2006 as a finalist on the CBS show Rock
Star: Supernova, where she built a fan base that follows her around the world to this
Storm made her debut as guest vocalist with the band Pink Martini in April 2011, singing
four sold-out concerts with the National Symphony Orchestra at the Kennedy Center in
Washington, DC. She continues to perform with the ensemble, touring nationally and
Storm debuted with the Oregon Symphony in 2010, and has returned for sold-out performances
every year since. She made her Carnegie Hall debut in May 2013, singing Weill's Seven
Deadly Sins with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.
In 2007, Storm starred in Portland Center Stage's production of Cabaret with Wade
McCollum. Her next endeavor, the autobiographical musical memoir Crazy Enough,
played to packed houses in 2009 during its unprecedented 21-week sold-out run in Portland.
Storm went on to perform a cabaret version of the show at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe,
Adelaide Festival in Australia, and Joe's Pub in New York.
In the fall of 2014, Storm and her band Le Bonheur released the record Le
Bonheur. This season, Storm also makes her debut with The New York Pops, Cincinnati
Symphony Orchestra, Houston Symphony, and RTÉ Concert Orchestra in Dublin, among others.
Storm is also busy creating a new musical with The Public Theater in New York City.
Frankie Moreno has been wowing audiences from coast to coast with his mix of Rat Pack
glamour, original and classic hits, and vintage funk-infused sounds. A piano prodigy and
multi-instrumentalist, Frankie has performed with many greats, including award-winning
classical violinist Joshua Bell.
Frankie is currently collaborating on new music with producer, engineer, and guitar legend
Pat Thrall, who has worked with Katy Perry, Christina Aguilera, Beyoncé, and Justin Bieber.
In 2013, Frankie's performance of his hit "Tangerine Honey" on ABC's Dancing with the
Stars brought him into America's living rooms. This led to many other TV shows,
magazine write-ups, and sold-out concerts, including his own nationwide PBS special,
Frankie Moreno in Concert.
Frankie played a nationwide tour with Grammy Award-nominated artist Billy Currington and
country superstars Sugarland. He also joined multi-platinum artists Air Supply for their
world tour as musical director and wrote their latest radio single, "Dance with Me."
Frankie's last collaboration for Sony Records with Joshua Bell reached No. 1 on the
Billboard charts in two categories.
Frankie was first introduced to American audiences at the age of 10 with his debut on
CBS's Star Search.
Ryan Silverman recently received critical acclaim for his starring role in the Broadway
production of Side Show. He received Drama Desk and Drama League nominations for
his role as Giorgio in the Classic Stage Company's production of Passion. Ryan's
additional credits include Billy Flynn in Chicago (Broadway) and Raoul in The
Phantom of the Opera (Broadway and Las Vegas). He starred as Lancelot in
Camelot and as Terry Connor in Side Show at the Kennedy Center, and has
also been featured in Music in the Air (Karl) at City Center Encores!,
Cry-Baby on Broadway, and The Most Happy Fella (Al) at New York City
Opera. His portrayal of Tony in the Olivier-nominated 2008 West End production of West
Side Story received universal raves. He starred as Sky in the first national tour of
Mamma Mia!, and as José in the world premiere of the new musical Carmen
at La Jolla Playhouse. He also performed in the Chicago production of Wicked.
Regional credits include Thoroughly Modern Millie (Jimmy); Cinderella
(Prince); Grease! (Danny); Hello, Dolly! (Cornelius); Assassins
(John Wilkes Booth); Sweeney Todd (Anthony); Forever Plaid (Smudge); and
Blood Brothers (Eddie Lyons). TV and film credits include Gossip Girl,
Five Minarets in New York, Sex and the City 2, and True Blood.
Ryan has performed his club act at the Café Carlyle, where he had a month-long residency,
and Feinstein's at the Regency. Concert appearances include performances with The New York
Pops, Seattle Symphony with Marvin Hamlisch, The Philadelphia Orchestra and Philly Pops,
Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, Cincinnati Pops, Utah Symphony, Houston Symphony, Detroit
Symphony Orchestra, and Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, among others. Visit ryansilverman.com
for more information.