Artist Bio: Arianna
Born in Mongrassano, Cozenza, in Calbria Italy, Arianna was brought to the United States at the age of 3.
Her musical influences range from Deanna Durbin and Judy Garland to Al Jolson. The greatest influence of course being Arianna's Great Grandmother, Italian Opera Virtuoso, Maria Fischetto.
By age 17, working with Revelation Records, Arianna opened for Gospel Great Andre Crouch, at Madison Square Garden. From radio and television voice-overs, to USO Tours and special appearances which include several performances for President’s Gerald Ford and Ronald Reagan, Arianna’s accomplishments are exceeded only by her talent.
Throughout her career, Arianna has recorded with some of the music industries finest talents including arranger Dean Krause and Grammy award winning producer Douglas Stegmeyer.
From set and costume design to song and script writing, the extent of Arianna’s creativity is limitless.
A self-taught entertainer, Arianna chose her mentors wisely. For costume and set design, Erte’ and the Art Deco Era were her muses and her entrances evoke the extravagant styling of the unforgettable… Liberace’.
Although not classically trained in dance, Arianna's performances present an original combination of style and elegance with a touch of comedic satire. While her influences here are clearly, Danny Kaye and Carol Burnette, her audiences are always pleasantly surprised and fascinated by her ability to pull them into the show as thought they were part of the original cast.