Pasquale Esposito

Responsible for developing, scheduling, producing, and implementing the Notable Arts Programs to provide an effective means to celebrate music and performing arts and education in order to enrich and improve the lives of thousands of socioeconomically disadvantaged students in Silicon Valley.  Implement and provide the programs and individual voice lessons for the students, which contribute to substantial decreases in absenteeism and truancies, gang violence, bullying, and drop out rates, while increasing academic achievement. Directed and completed the performance, production, live PBS broadcasts, sales, and distribution of “Pasquale Esposito Celebrates Enrico Caruso.” Special seen by over 180 million viewers. Raised nearly $500,000 for PBS stations nationally in 2015.  Special broadcasted in more than 25 of the top US markets. Presently producing new Public TV Special “Pasquale Esposito Celebrates Italian Piazzas” set for release in March 2018. Participate in the “Magic To Do” after school music program at Calwallader School in San Jose.   Provide Music and voice instruction to middle school students and prepared them for the Spring musical, Cinderella. Provided the sound and lighting for the school production.

Collaborate with a multitude of nonprofit board of directors to formulate long-range planning objectives to champion the development and stewardship of current and future educational programs, in order to identify new funding sources and focus areas in need. Contract and managed all personnel from pre to post production for Music festivals, recording projects, and concert events. Provide the structure for an effective means of communication for Notable Arts to interface between the schools, technical crews, and administrative bodies to insure a quality performance environment at the various mentoring, vocal coaching, and practice sessions.