Michael Fabiano at Palm Beach Opera Gala

Michael Fabiano headlined Palm Beach Opera’s gala at the Flagler Muse

For most people, singing well takes a lot of effort. Michael Fabiano is not corsaro-tuckermost people, it would seem.Fabiano’s voice, instead of being forced out, fighting against stll air, sounds like it is being pulled out to fill a void. He could not keep the sound in if he wanted to.

…Despite the recital format, each aria was delivered with a full-blown operatic performance, including beginning Giacomo Puccini’s Ecco la casa…Torna ai felici di with his back to the crowd.

…Watching Fabiano sing was akin to watching a superhero lift a heavy object. He performed the task with ease, often casually leaning against the piano. Work that would make a mortal sweat, turn red and likely pull a muscle, but he did it with a smile.

The Daily News | Palm Beach

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