CAROLANN M. SANITA
AEA Singer, Actress and owner of
CSV Vocal Studio, LLC
ALL ABOUT ME
A NYC native now living in Naples, Fl, Carolann has toured as Marian in the first national tour of The Music Man and internationally as Maria in the European and Asian tours of West Side Story. Some favorite credits include singing back-up to Linda Eder at the Palace Theatre on Broadway, Encore’s No, No Nanette at New York City Center, Les Miserables at Flat Rock Playhouse, Mack and Mabel and The Boy From Oz at TheatreZone, Beauty and the Beast at Artpark, A Little Night Music at South Coast Repertory, Thoroughly Modern Millie at The Cape Playhouse, Urinetown at the Geva Theatre, Maria in West Side Story at Sacramento Music Circus and recently got to find her inner diva playing Lady of the Lake in Spamalot at Arkansas Repertory Theatre. Carolann has been a soloist with the Naples Philharmonic Orchestra and the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Jack Everly, as well as the Gulfcoast Symphony Orchestra, the SWFL Symphony Orchestra and most recently the Santa Rosa Symphony Orchestra, where she premiered the Judy and Liza at the Palladium concert with Maestro Michael Berkowitz and singer Joan Ellison.
Carolann is an adjunct voice professor at Florida Gulf Coast University.
November 24th, 2019 - 3pm
Voices of Naples Sing-Along Messiah - Guest Soloist
December 13th & 14th, 2019 - 7:30pm
December 14th & 15th, 2019 - 2pm
Home for the Holidays
13275 Livingston Rd
Naples, FL 34109
February 9th, 2020 - 3pm
Valentine's Day Concert - Guest Soloist
East Naples United Methodist Church
2701 Airport Rd South
Naples, FL 34112
February 20th, 2020 - 4pm & 7:30pm
TheatreZone Concert Series - Judy and Liza at the Palladium
Put on your red sparkly shoes, click them together three times, and join TheatreZone for Judy & Liza at the Palladium.
Celebrate the music that brought the audience to their feet in November of 1964 when Judy Garland and Liza Minnelli teamed up for an unforgettable concert at London’s famed Palladium Theatre.
Maestro Michael Berkowitz, who toured with Liza, will be conducting from the drums. Professional actresses Joan Ellison and Carolann Sanita, who played Judy and Liza, respectively, in The Boy From Oz at TheatreZone, will belt out the songs of those original dynamic divas, including “Once In A Lifetime,” “Just In Time,” “Gypsy In My Soul,” “Cabaret,” “New York, New York,” and, of course, “Over The Rainbow.”
13275 Livingston Rd
Naples, FL 34109
March 28th, 2020 - 2pm
Naples Concert Band - Guest Soloist
April 6th and 7th, 2020 - 7pm
Jodi DeSalvo's Piano Talks, Music of the 1950's and 1960's
Featuring the return of the DeSalvo brothers with Naples favorite Carolann Sanita, this program features some of the best music of the 1950s and ’60s, including hits by Elvis, Motown and the Beatles.
Artis-Naples - Daniels Pavilion
WHAT I OFFER
IN NAPLES, FL AND ONLINE
Results That Last
Guaranteed Results as a Coach for Musical Theatre and Cabarets
Customized Lessons to Fit Your Needs in Person or Online
Personalized Attention Teaching Music, Vocal Technique, Acting and Group Singing
I believe that teachers who draw from their own life experience have some of the most unique and valuable information to offer students.
Teachers who constantly explore and keep up with trends in their field have a wealth of first hand knowledge to pass along, as well as personal contacts to help their students in the professional world. Equally important is maintaining a positive and nurturing work environment that allows the student to be vulnerable while exploring and growing as artists and as people.
As a teacher, it is my commitment to provide the tools needed to build and sustain professional careers. I achieve this by:
• Giving supportive but honest feedback so students can develop their own critical ear.
• Empowering students with confidence and the knowledge that each has something unique to offer.
• Encouraging students to focus on and use their strengths while working on any weaknesses.
• Catering to a student’s needs with personalized exercises, and instilling in each the importance of a positive work ethic.
• Providing students with my own personal contacts and referrals when appropriate.
While I believe in the importance of vocal and acting technique, I also encourage my students to explore their craft in ways that inspire them. This will serve as a solid foundation for a career in any aspect of the business.
As an artist, I keep up with my own rigorous studies. I take classes, lessons and attend performances. Always open to learning from other people and observing how others teach, I ask myself, “What are the qualities I look for in a teacher?” and seek to emulate and refine those qualities in my own teaching methods.
A community that loves and respects musical theatre represents a cornerstone in the future of the business. That truly inspires me and, through teaching, I seek an opportunity to share my passion with that community.