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Baritone David Serero to Make Off-Broadway Debut in One-Night-Only Holiday Concert

Serero, who was deaf as a child, will preview selections from his upcoming album ”All I Care About Is Love”

(Album artwork, courtesy of David Serero's official website.)
(Album artwork, courtesy of David Serero's official website.)

French-born actor and internationally renowned baritone David Serero will perform a holiday concert on December 19 at the Snapple Theater Center's Bernstein Theater. The one-night-only concert will be his only American appearance this year.

Serero's performance, described as "an evening of comedy and music," will feature songs from his new album All I Care About is Love, as well as a number of Christmas tunes, songs that pay homage to his Jewish heritage, and selections from classic Broadway musicals including Fiddler on the Roof, Show Boat, Brigadoon, Chicago, and The Phantom of the Opera. He will also perform songs from Man of La Mancha, in which Serero starred as Don Quixote in a Parisian production in 2011.

Serero, who learned to sing and play piano after he began to hear at age nine, will incorporate stories about his life and world travels into his performance as well.