Fernando Varela: Live In Atlanta
Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2017 | The Buckhead Theatre
American operatic and classical crossover tenor Fernando Varela comes to Atlanta for one night only! Varela was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico. It wasn’t until he was 17 that he discovered his vocal talent and spent a decade pursuing his dream. He went on to win the “Born to Sing” competition produced by Grammy Award-winning producer David Foster, and later became a finalist in “America’s Got Talent.” He has performed in staged operas, and as a member of the classical crossover trio Forte Tenors. As a solo artist, he has toured internationally with Foster, and completed his own European tour in 2016, with an upcoming tour of North America scheduled for 2017.
Fernando Varela: Live in Concert | Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2017 | The Buckhead Theatre
*Please note: As always, and to be as fair as possible, members are seated on a first-pledge, first-seat basis (as of March 10, 2017). Tickets only are a one-time charge on a credit card, and contributions for tickets are non-refundable. Your support at any level is very much appreciated.
$250 contribution: Pair of VIP Meet & Greet Concert Tickets with Sound Check Access and Autographed DVD "Coming Home"
$180 contribution: Pair of Concert Tickets with CD "Vivere"
If you can't make it to the concert, you can still support great musical programing on PBA30 with a contribution for any of the gifts below:
$180 or $15 ongoing monthly contribution:DVD "Coming Home" and CD "Vivere"
$120 or $10 ongoing monthly contribution: DVD "Coming Home"
$96 or $8 ongoing monthly contribution: CD "Vivere"
ABOUT THE PBS CONCERT SPECIAL
Fernando Varela: Coming Home
World-class tenor Fernando Varela performs classical favorites and popular tunes in a concert staged in his boyhood hometown, Orlando, Fla. Special guests Jackie Evancho, William Joseph, Stephen Moccio and Caroline Campbell join Varela for a magical evening showcasing musical favorites including “Nessun Dorma,” “All By Myself,” “Three Times a Lady” and more.
*Please note that special guests in the PBS concert special will NOT appear at the Atlanta concert.