Award-winning vocalist Peter Oprisko & his rhythm section will perform romantic songs of yesteryear in a special Valentine’s Day concert at the Barrington Area Library. The latest in the library’s “Second Fridays” live music series, the concert is coming up in the library’s meeting room from 7:00 to 8:15 p.m. on Friday, February 14th.
Enjoy Vocal Valentines, Peter’s smooth take on timeless favorites popularized by Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Nat King Cole, Tony Bennett and many more! Known as the “American Michael Buble” or “the next Frank Sinatra,” acclaimed concert and recording artist Peter Oprisko averages 300 performances annually nationwide. His charismatic, interactive stage presence and fresh interpretations of timeless pop standards and jazz classics make for a fun and memorable experience for audiences of all ages.
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A graduate of Indiana University in Bloomington, Peter majored in broadcasting and minored in acting. During the 1990’s, Peter worked in syndicated radio as host and producer of two popular, national programs that featured his interviews with notable performers like Tony Bennett, Michael Feinstein, Henry Mancini, Antonio Carlos Jobim, George Shearing, Rod McKuen, Doc Severinsen, and many more! Peter is widely recognized as one of the foremost experts on the musical legacy and artistry of Frank Sinatra, and has made significant contributions to numerous publications on the subject. Peter has provided voiceovers for hundreds of commercials and has appeared in movies starring Keanu Reeves, Morgan Freeman, and Julia Roberts. PeterOprisko.com.
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