Sotto Sopra Restaurant has gathered our Broadway Night singers to entertain you with the holiday season’s most beloved songs and a five course dinner curated to tantalize your taste buds. The restaurant will be in full holiday regalia, all illuminated by the glow of our candle lit tables, ideal for gatherings with friends, family or even office holiday celebrations.
We might not have “chestnuts roasting on an open fire” though we assure you a wonderful meal featuring seafood throughout.
Tuna Tartare with Pumpkin Crema
Spaghetti with Calamari, Shrimp and a Black Ink Crostino
Pear and Riesling Sorbet
with roasted vegetables, basil sauce and an orange brown butter
Panna Cotta Three Ways
$58 per person - (excludes beverages, tax and gratuity)
Our singers have performed on numerous stages including Broadway, Carnegie Hall, and Lincoln Center.
Sharen Camille - Soprano: In New York, Sharen joined the historical ranks of NY's longest running musical The Fantasticks as The Girl. “Sharen Camille, with her striking features and strong voice is a natural” said the Washington Square News. Sharen’s musical theatre career has included tours portraying: Ellie in Showboat, Louisa in The Sound of Music, and Lucy in A Christmas Carol; as well as numerous musical theatre productions with performances that include: Marian in The Music Man, The Mistress in Evita, Cinderella in Cinderella with Zsa Zsa Gabor, Louise in Carousel, Agnes in George M, and Godspell.
Michael Nansel – Baritone: He made his NYC Opera debut in Bronx Opera’s Falstaff and just completed an acclaimed performance with Wichita Grand Opera as Noah in Britten’s Noah’s Flood. Mr. Nansel is as comfortable with the classical stage as with musical theatre and has sung in opera houses across North America in various roles including Otello, The Barber of Seville and Il Trovatore. Musical Theatre roles include Kiss Me Kate, Show Boat, Assassins, and Sweeney Todd. In 2016 he made his Carnegie Hall debut singing the Cantor in the Ernest Bloch; Sacred Service. In December he will return to NYC and The Lincoln Center singing the bass solos in Handel’s Messiah.
Emily Frye - Mezzo-Soprano: A highly regarded soloist and choral singer in the Baltimore/DC metro area. She received her Bachelor's in Vocal Performance from UMBC and studied overseas at The University of East Anglia in Norwich, UK. Her recent performances have included a variety of styles such as opera, art song, large choral works and oratorios. Emily’s vocal talents have been showcased as a soloist in works including: The Bach B Minor Mass, Bach’s Magnificat, the Mozart Requiem, Haydn’s Harmoniemesse, The Rossini Petite Messe Solonelle and the Schubert Mass in A Flat Major. She has appeared in distinguished Baltimore favorites including Light City and the Washington Monument lighting.
Patricia Mckewen Amato – Pianist: She served as assistant music director of the Baltimore Opera Company and music director of its touring company; music director/conductor for Annapolis Opera, Maryland Lyric Opera, Brevard Music Festival, Opera Americana, Washington Savoyards, Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University, and Rep Stage; and assistant conductor/chorus master for Washington Summer Opera and Opera AACC. A versatile pianist, Ms. Amato frequently performs with the Children’s Chorus of Maryland, Annapolis Opera, Annapolis Chorale, Baltimore Choral Arts, Baltimore Symphony, Maryland Symphony, Baltimore Opera, Prince George’s Opera and Philharmonic, Chesapeake Chamber Opera and Metropolitan Opera regional competitions. She is a first place winner in the Houston Chamber Music Society Competition. She made her Lincoln Center conducting debut in 1999 and is recorded on Koch International.
Cameron M. Ashbaugh - He has worked as an actor and singer in Pittsburgh, Washington D.C., Annapolis, and Baltimore. A performer for most of his life, Cameron’s vocal talents have included solo work, choral pieces, and recordings in such venues as the National Broadway Chorus, Keystone Repertory Theater, and Compass Rose Theater. Graduating in 2012 from Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a BFA in Vocal Performance his recent appearances have included Anne Frank and Brigadoon. When not on stage Cameron can be found in front of his rapt audience of 6th graders as a Language Arts Teacher in Waldorf, MD.
It is true what they say, this is “the most wonderful time of the year” and we invite you to an evening of stellar renditions of your holiday favorite songs interwoven with our fine Italian cuisine.
For large parties – Contact Lindsey Plotts / firstname.lastname@example.org
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