Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Paolo Szot Returns to Café Carlyle

(Photo: Robert Stolarik/New York Times)
"It is to say that Mr. Szot has learned to relax enough so that while he sings, you don’t imagine yourself receiving stentorian orders from an army general. Mr. Szot’s lady-killer aura (bedroom eyes, pencil-line mustache, flickering half-smile, loosened tie and the slightly tousled look of a lover emerging from an erotic tussle) is matched vocally by a much more persuasive emotional connection with his material." [Source]

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