Giada Valenti is the kind of singer that can enhance the value of your event. With her performance she is able to create a true memorable moment at events, which make attendees talk about for years. The Italian songstress, who is currently featured on PBS all over the United States, has performed for companies like IBM, Ferrari, HP, Bulgari, Mercedes, Alitalia, Cisco, RAI International, KLM. She has performed at prestigious places like the Waldorf Astoria in NYC, Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, The Washington Hilton, The Plaza Hotel in NYC.
The award winning singer and songwriter, is most known for her stunning television special From Venice With Love on PBS. Giada, who sings and speaks in five languages, takes her audience in her television special on her romantic journey performing her own interpretations of American and Italian hits from the 60s, 70s and 80s. In her show she pays tribute to iconic female singer like Karen Carpenter, Edith Piaf, Linda Ronstadt, Etta James, Dusty Springfield, Rosemary Clooney, Shirley Bassey, Selena and several more. Born and raised in Venice, Giada has always been influenced by her hometown, bringing its magic and passion to her musical style.
Her career started in Europe where she was signed as a young singer with record label Sony BMG and had hits climb directly to the top of the charts. She has received critically acclaimed awards such as the prestigious San Remo Giovanni Talenti Nel Mondo and Festival di Castrocaro. For the past eleven years Giada, currently resident of Los Angeles, has released in the United States her CDs And I Love You So, Italian Signorina and My Lullaby, garnering rave reviews. She has been featured on ABC, CBS, PBS Television and NBC during the special broadcast performing on the Red Carpet of the Columbus Day Parade in New York City. She has become a favorite guest of many morning televisions shows, where she shows American audiences how to make the classic Italian dessert Tiramisu, while talking about her upcoming concerts. The people of Italy continue their love with Giada, particularly the press who continuously following her career and cover on Italian media and television. In 2010, Giada was honored by the Commission for Social Justice of the Order Sons of Italy in America, and in 2011, has been awarded the Merit of Honor by the Borough President of Queens, NY for Her Outstanding Cultural Contributions To The Italian Community In the United States. In September 2016 she kicked of a 40 city tour around the United States.