Karl Scully & Since You Went Away Presents A Tribute to American Troops on 9/9

On September 9, 2011 International Tenor, Karl Scully, will be performing for the newly formed benevolent organization, "Since You Went Away," formed by 7 young ladies, whose goal is to be a blessing and encouragement to the mothers of our troops, especially those serving overseas.

Tickets will be $30 for the show and a Meet and Greet after the show and $25 just for the show.

The show will be at St. Joesph's College, 155 West Roe Blvd. Patchogue, NY 11772
Karl Scully has graced the international opera stages in Italy in Orvietto at the Teatro Mancinelli and as resident tenor at the Teatro Carlo Felice in Genoa, Italy . He has performed at the Barga Opera Festival. Not to be confined to one avenue to showcase his musical talent, Karl Scully appeared with Ewan McGregor in the film "Nora" as he portrayed the legendary tenor Count John McCormack. In 2006, Mr. Scully joined the sensational international group "The Irish Tenors", and starred in their television show "The Irish Tenors and Friends".

Karl has graced the concert stages in the USA as part of "The Irish Tenors", having performed in Avery Fisher Hall at the prestigious Lincoln Center in New York City as well as other legendary stages such as Wolftrap in Virginia and the Mann Center in Philadelphia.
Karl Scully continues to thrill audiences with solo concerts in the USA and in his homeland of Ireland, most recently in a production of "The Magic of Vienna" with soprano Deirdre Masterson and was the tenor in the much anticipated "Tribute to Frank Patterson-Ireland's Golden Tenor" production this past September.

For more information on Since You Went Away and for tickets, visit www.sinceyouwentaway.org or tix.com.

Photo Credit: Genevieve Rafter Keddy

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