Famous Napolitana vocalist Teresa De Sio presents an otherworldly evening of song, with the emotional ballad, "Amen," invoking the spirit of paradise on earth through a blend of contemporary and traditional Italian folk music. De Sio soared to stardom in Italy with the release of her album "Sacco e Fuoco" in 1997, making her a household name. This talented singer-songwriter, deep-rooted in Italian folk tradition, is renowned for her vocal stylings and musical eccentricities. Live performances of her music have been performed to festival crowds exceeding 100,000 attendees, and broadcasts of her concerts on RAI Italian television have reached over 7 million television viewers. She is joined by fellow musicians Attilio Costa (acoustic guitar), Egidio Marchitelli (acoustic and 12 string guitar, mandolin), Vittori Longobardi (bass), Pasquale Angelini (drums), Upapadia (percussion, vocals), and Her (Violin), for her United States premiere. Presented in partnership with Divinamente New York, a five-night festival, April 22 - 26, celebrating spirituality and artistic exploration through a range of events around New York City.