Gian Aurelio Faraone

Gian Aurelio Faraone

 Boston, Massachusetts, USA


Gian Aurelio Faraone incorporates the signature sounds of the greatest Italian voices of the 20th century, from Caruso and Sinatra to Pavarotti and Bennett. A multi-cultural upbringing and fluency in three languages (Spanish, Italian and English) gave Gian the ability to reach out to many different cultures through various styles of music.

A native of Venezuela and raised in an Italian household, music became second nature when, at ten years old, his father bought him a piano and Gian realized singing was his purpose in life. Gian soon became popular in Caracas and world-class Margarita Island, performing at jazz clubs, casinos and hotel showrooms. He attended the famous Berklee College of Music while becoming the well-known crooner of Boston’s famous Little Italy, also known as the North End.

Aside from acting as headliner for many Italian feasts in Boston, Gian performed for the mayor of Boston at the "We are Boston Gala”, as well as the “Boston City Hall Concert Series” along side Ann Hampton Callaway and Jane Monheit. One of his most memorable performances was the opportunity to sing at the "Boston lighting of the Tree" for a crowd of 27,000 people, which also featured R&B star Brian Mcknight. Gian's magnificent voice, charm and classic good looks all contribute to his unique persona, and the magic of his artistry and entertainment.