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Here’s What People Are Saying About David Giardina’s Singing!


 “Dave Giardina is a very fine singer indeed. Possessed of a lyrical and vigorous high baritone voice, he can render everything from lusty Italian pop classics such as ‘Chitarra Romana’ to tender love songs such as ‘The Very Thought of You’.
He both charms and excites his lucky audiences."

Steve Ross

Cabaret Entertainer


"...First of all, on behalf of the United Nations Women’s Guild, I would like to convey our appreciation for your performance at our United Nations Day Concert on 24 October 2007, and again, as the only repeat act by popular demand, performed at our 60th Anniversary celebration concert at the United Nations Dag Hammarskjöld Auditorium on 24 October 2008. Your act was memorable, your voice beautiful and you were able to reach out to all the audience. Everyone, including our Honorary President, Mrs. Ban Ki-moon, and many Ambassadors and their wives enjoyed your lovely songs."
Tsu-Wei Zoe Chang, President
United Nations Women's Guild


“For tuneful and effortless interpretations of some of the great Tin Pan Alley songs, I couldn't go past David Giardina's performances. He sounds like the songs were written for him so sensitively are they presented on his debut CD.”

Keith Potger

Founding member of The Seekers


 “...David Giardina seems to understand what the composer/lyricist is trying to say and is able to bring his own personal nuances to these dearly loved all-time favorites. It's always a pleasure for me to hear a favorite song sung in a new and stylish way. I look forward to more of the same.”
Chalmers "Chum" Dale

Producer CBS TV, Author


“…If they were shooting "Carousel" or "Oklahoma" today, Giardina could have competed with Gordon MacRae or John Raitt, etc., with that voice and his looks, but it looks like he's doing quite well as it is!”
Dean Tomich

Composer/Music Producer


“David Giardina croons his way into our hearts by infusing familiar classic songs with superb musical style and personality. Whether singing in clipped precision, "The Continental," or bringing soulful warmth to the lovely "All Things You Are," his lyric baritone delights our ears and transports us back in time, when lyrics were sophisticated, and melodies beautiful.”
Davidson Garrett



 “The audience loved every minute, as you saw from the standing ovation… I haven’t heard the music of the ‘20’s and ‘30’s done with so much heart and soul…”

Margaret V. Longey

Director of Marketing and Special Events

Keeney Memorial Cultural Center

Updated:  July 29, 2009

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