The acclaimed Tenor Luciano Lamonarca has built an international reputation for his elegant musicianship and his fluid, resonant voice that best exemplifies the Italian Bel Canto style.

While he has sung in many countries around the world, he has performed most frequently in the United States and Italy. Luciano has been interviewed frequently and featured in numerous articles from The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Daily News, The New York Post, Fox News, NBC, CBS, News 12, RAI Uno, RAI Tre, RAI International, The Italian Times, The Italian Tribune, Italia! magazine (in Russian,) La Repubblica, America Oggi, Quotidiano.Net and Il Corriere del Mezzogiorno.

He has performed at some of the most prestigious venues, among them being Lincoln Center, New York Theater for the Performing Arts, Carnegie Hall, United Nations General Assembly, Dag Hammarskjold Auditorium, Madison Square Garden, Palais Liechtenstein Museum (Vienna, Austria), The Great Hall of the Palace National Philharmonic Orchestra (Minsk, Belarus), and Teatro Politeama (Palermo, Italy). He has performed under the patronage of the highest national and international institutions – the United Nations, UNESCO, the European Union, the Presidency of the Italian Republic, the Italian Chamber of Deputies, the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Italian Ministry of Youth, and many more.

Having performed in more than three hundred benefit events from 2008 to 2018, his commitment to making art with a purpose and his involvement in numerous charitable causes has earned him the nickname “The Goodwill Tenor”.

For his constant and tireless commitment to spreading the Christian faith through national and international performances, he was bestowed the first “Christmas Award” at the Chamber of the Italian Parliament.

He currently resides in Westchester County, New York with his wife Valentina, and their son Sebastian.