Click the picture below to read the article about Carmino, Dalton, and AJ Jacobs on "Who Wants to be a Millionaire". Hear the song referred to in the article by clicking here.
I hope you got as big of a BANG out of the fourth as I did, contributing a clip of me singing and playing "It's a Whole Other Country, Texas Is" (this song has a few laughs like "it's A-Okay and Frito Lay" and "rich in bucks and pickup trucks") This cameo follows a segment of my song "Let's Hear it for America" in HBO's Independence Day documentary, "Citizen U.S.A.", directed by Emmy Award-winning film journalist Alexandra Pelosi. Marking my national television debut, this documentary focuses on the stories of new citizens across all 50 states. See more here, on the HBO website. Also, click here to see the flyer from the local library regarding this program.
May 17, 2009 - Hartt School Alumnus of 2009
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While doing research for a musical about the town of Briarcliff Manor, Carmino Ravosa was surprised to learn that in 1919, Carrie Chapman Catt - a suffragist known for women's rights and responsible for the 19th Amendment - had purchased a 17-acre farm nearby. Ravosa was familiar with her life, having featured Catt in a 1973 musical, Seneca Falls, about the first women's rights convention, which was held in that city in 1848. Due to Ravosa’s efforts, Juniper Ledge, which was accepted last year to both the New York Register and the National Register of Historic Places. Read the article published in the Observer about Carmino’s Passion for History.