Ernest is a true professional and pure joy to work with. We had to reschedule our party twice and Ernest was so understanding and gracious. We will definitely recommend him to anyone looking for a talented professional singer. We look forward to having him sing at our future events!!
From Pavarotti to Sinatra and everything in between!!!
He utilizes a self-contained PA system and customized orchestrations to make your event the most fun, exciting and very best it can be!!
Tenor Ernest Revell is a 2011 Barry Alexander International Vocal Competition First Prize winner.He made his Carnegie Hall debut in January of 2011.
Along with his numerous appearances in tri-state area birthday/wedding/retirement and miscellaneous event parties, Ernest has had the pleasure and honor to perform at New York area venues including the Kosciusko Foundation Auditorium, The Church of Christ Scientist, The Church of The Savior, The Unitarian Society, The Enrico Caruso Room in The Grotta Azzurra Ristorante, The Feast of San Gennaro and Citi Field.
Along with contemporary, sacred, Italian and Neapolitan songs, his repertoire includes Puccini's Tosca and La Fancuilla del West, Cilea's L'Arlesiana, Donizetti's L'Elisir d'Amore and Leoncavallo's Pagliacci. In 2010 Ernest performed in Opera691's inaugural production at the Carl Pfeifer Performing Arts Center as Amantio in Puccini's Gianni Schicchi.
He has performed lead roles in musical theater productions of Beauty and the Beast as Lumiere, in Annie as Daddy Warbucks, as Sir Danvers Carew in Jekyll & Hyde, The Musical and as The Bishop of Digne in Les Misérables.
"Tenor Ernest Revell is no stranger to our listeners. With the voice that rivals any operatic tenor, past or present, Mr. Revell's voice commands attention even from the most discerning ear. "
Ken Hedgecock Producer Classical Music Discoveries The #1 Classical Music Internet Radio Show in the World
"Ernest Revell sings with great feeling and a thorough understanding of the music he's performing. His voice is rich and the top has squillo to die for! You're always in for a great time when he's singing."
Bill Ronayne, President, Mario Lanza Society of New York and Mario Lanza Institute and Museum in Philadelphia.