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D'Alessio Media, Inc.
151 West 74th Street,

New York, NY 10023

(212) 254-0739

Programming for Television & Radio

The Metropolitan Opera's
Live from the Met

Television Programs
A Celebration for Handel and Bach
Placido Domingo Sings Zarzuela
Solti at 75
Viva Victoria
Stradivarius on Stage
Our Common Future
Remembering Leonard Bernstein
America's Musical Salute to the People of Israel
The Concert for Peace from Oslo
Johnnie and Jazz, Masters in Monaco
Master Vocal Classes with Phyllis Curtin
To Luciano with Love
Bergonzi Celebrates Gigli
The Audrey Hepburn Memorial Tribute hosted by unicef
The Metropolitan Opera Guild presents Gianni Schicchi
The Richard Tucker Opera Gala – 18 annual PBS National Prime Time telecasts.
The Philadelphia Orchestra 100th Birthday Gala
Philadanco: The Xmas Philes
The 75th Anniversary of the Curtis Institute of Music
L’Italiana In Algeri – The Opera Company of Philadelphia
The Classical Hour at Steinway Hall – 50 programs – NHK distribution throughout

Productions with the Opera Company of Philadelphia
Luciano Pavarotti featured in the following productions:
A Storybook LA BOHEME

Other Telecasts with the Opera Company of Philadelphia:
Richard Tucker Music Documentaries
The Legacy of Richard Tucker (documentary)
Opera Stamps

Short and Series Formats for Television
Musicians on Music - Interviews with André Watts, Zubin Mehta, Daniel Barenboim,
Vladimir Feltsman, Birgit Nilsson, Robert Merrill, Marilyn Horne, Peter Schickele and
Victor Borge
Requisite Organization
Tango Argentino - :30 and :60 second commercials.

PaineWebber's Traditions
Merrill Lynch presents An Evening at the Pops
SummerSounds USA
Musical Notes
Lincoln's Music in America
Summergarden at MoMA
The Classical Music Grammy Awards, hosted by Beverly Sills
Itzhak Perlman Live in Concert

Short Documentaries
Beit Tzipora
About Elie… – for Elie Wiesel’s 75th birthday.






D’Alessio Media, Inc.

Clemente D’Alessio is the Founder and President of D’Alessio Media, Inc., a company committed to the international broadcast of the performing arts for the past twenty years. A five-time Emmy award winner, D’Alessio began his career at the Metropolitan Opera, where he was television Producer of fifty full-length operas for the premier PBS series, Live from the Met.

For the past four years as Producer/Director, he created a television music series for NHK-TV, Japan. The series consists of fifty televised recitals at Steinway Hall on 57th Street in New York City, recorded in concert in front of an audience for broadcast throughout Asia. Given the fact that these programs have been aired in Japan, China, Taiwan, Korea, and throughout Asia, it is safe to say that hundreds of millions of people have seen these exemplary cultural events. D’Alessio produced and directed a film celebrating the 150th anniversary of Steinway & Sons, featuring famous pianists and Henry Steinway, the patriarch of the company. He has just finished a compilation film about Elie Wiesel.

Other high profile projects include: A Memorial for Audrey Hepburn at unicef, Placido Domingo Sings Zarzuela, The Hundredth Anniversary of the Philadelphia Orchestra, The Concert for Peace from Oslo with the Elie Wiesel Foundation, Georg Solti at 75, five telecasts with Luciano Pavarotti and the Opera Company of Philadelphia, and eighteen annual Richard Tucker Opera Galas. His television work has taken him to Norway, the Czech Republic, Italy, Germany, Austria, and a Jazz Festival in Monaco. Another special project was an international ecology special, Our Common Future, which was seen in over two hundred countries, and was the first live transmission of Hi-Definition Television to screens in public spaces in major cities.

His programs have included such luminaries as Leonard Bernstein, Dave Brubeck, Placido Domingo, Lionel Hampton, President Vaclav Havel, Marilyn Horne, Audrey Hepburn, Elton John, James Earl Jones, Herbie Mann, Luciano Pavarotti, Gregory Peck, Sting, André Watts and Elie Wiesel. He has received five Emmy’s, two Peabody Awards, two Radio Festival Awards, a Golden Cine Eagle Award, a Governor’s Award, and an Excellence in Journalism prize all for a wide spectrum of music programs for broadcast.

Mr. D’Alessio has produced two nationally syndicated radio series - An Evening at the Pops with Skitch Henderson and Traditions featuring Lloyd Moss. Both programs aired nationally on approximately three hundred stations over the Concert Music Network for a total of ten years.

Other credentials include serving on the Board of Governors of the New York Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for five years. Mr. D’Alessio is currently on the Board of Directors of the Oratorio Society of New York, the choir for which Andrew Carnegie built Carnegie Hall - his wife was a member; the choir still resides there.



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