Greenville is a bustling, beautiful city that has plenty to offer. With such a nurturing environment and fascinating options, it is no surprise that Greenville is a great place to grow up. While Greenville can't take all of the credit for the pianist's success, Emile Pandolfi spent his childhood in Greenville and has such a fondness for the city that he still lives here.
American Pianist Emile Pandolfi was born in New York, but he grew up in Greenville, South Carolina. Pandolfi is known for his renditions of show tunes and his exciting live performances. Since he was five years old, Pandolfi has studied classical piano. His albums include "Please Welcome...," "Nights on Broadway," "Evening Romance" and several holiday albums. He has arranged compositions for dance clubs, dancing, acting, opera coaches and even cruise ships. He has also played improv shows with the late Robin Williams, Jerry Seinfeld, David Letterman and Jay Leno. Even with all of his success, Pandolfi has never forgotten to give back. Partnering with United Way, Pandolfi has raised thousands of dollars for charities.
Emile Pandolfi will be performing a special concert at Greenville's Bob Jones University on Friday, October 17. Tickets for the event are available by calling the box office at 864-770-1372. Pandolfi will be helping promote WBJU IQ Radio, a student radio station.