The Richmond County Orchestra Celebrates Its 24th Anniversary Season

05/15/2022 3:00 PM - 05/15/2022 8:00 PM

The Richmond County Orchestra invites you to celebrate our 24th anniversary season on Staten Island; featuring Italian-American music with Ervin Dede violin soloist, soprano Holly Flack, and tenor Arthur Lai both who have performed together in Lincoln Center!

Miss Staten Island Tatiana Santos Mroczek, a tribute to our Veterans and Fr. Vincent Capodanno with the Staten Island Thomas Tori Memorial Chapter Vietnam Veterans of America with Al Lambert and Bill Russo. Many Raffle prizes and the art work of William (Bill) Castello. All accompanied by a 60 piece RCO!


$15 advance | $20 door

Free for students and children

Limited space — advance purchase recommended

Complete program:

Presentation of the colors: Staten Island Thomas Tori Memorial Chapter Vietnam Veterans of America

Star Spangled Banner – Miss Staten Island Tatiana Santos Mroczek

Hymn and Triumphal March – Verdi

LaPrimavera – Vivaldi, ft. soloist Ervin Dede

Caro nome from Rigoletto – Holly Flack

La Donne e mobile from Rigoletto and Nessun Dorma by Puccini – Arthur Lai

Brindisi from La Traviata by G. Verdi – Holly and Arthur

Allegro from William Tell Overture – G. Rossini

Intermission (many raffle prizes!)

Ukraine National Anthem

Tribute to John Williams (Movie Music) The Syncopated Clock – Leroy Anderson

O sole Mio – Arthur Lai

I Could Have Danced All Night from My Fair Lady – Holly

The Prayer – Holly & Arthur

Our Armed Forces – Audience Vets

New York, New York – Al Lambert

Stars and Stripes Forever – J.P Sousa

God Bless America by I. Berlin – Holly, Arthur, Al and Audience


The Richmond County Orchestra (RCO) was founded as a not for profit organization in 1998 by local Staten Island Musicians and Maestro Alan Aurelia. The orchestra has brought professional presentations of the classical arts to the greater Staten Island community. In addition to performing throughout Staten Island it also played at the Guggenheim, Metropolitan and Jewish Heritage Museums, and in Washington Square Park, and Carnegie Hall.


Staten Island , New York 10301

Contact Information:

Concerto Di Primavera

(646) 481-9890