ahac john padovano

ahac john padovanoATLANTIC HIGHLANDS, NJ – A solo concert by singer and composer John “Giovanni” Padovano featuring a series of original songs titled “Poesia and Chanson”.

Saturday, November 11

7:30 – 9:00 P

This ticketed event will be held at the Atlantic Highlands Arts Council, 54 First Avenue, Atlantic Highlands, NJ 07716, and will feature coffee and desserts.

Purchase tickets at www.AHARTS.org, or at the door if available, for $15.

Padovano has been performing this concert series across the state of New Jersey for almost a decade.  

Starting from his early performing years, Atlantic Highlands was always one of his favorite venues.

Padovano is also known as The Ironbound Crooner. His music is strongly influenced by his very early years in the Ironbound Section of Newark, NJ. Padovano will perform songs from his original collections that include the titles: “Innocent Waters” Dusty Road Session” “solo recordings at Baroque Park,” “Poesia and Chanson,” “Vedo Mandaradoni di Limbadi,” and “Wandering Square Impromptu no. 12”.

John “Giovanni” Padovano has performed at Princeton University and other stages in Princeton. Within the last decade, he has returned to his early childhood neighborhood in the Ironbound where he now performs an annual concert.  

Atlantic Highlands Arts Council

Gallery Hours:

Monday – Closed

Tuesday –1:00-7:00

Wednesday – 1:00-7:00

Thursday – 1:00-4:00

Friday – 1:00-7:00

Saturday – 10:00-7:00

Sunday – 11:00-3:00

The AHAC is a nonprofit organization who’s mission is to strengthen community through the arts. This program is made possible in part by Monmouth Arts through funding from the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders and the New Jersey State Council on the Arts.

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