Impresario Releases Fourth Pop LP
Experience '80s Caravan' Available Now on All Streaming Platforms
'80's Caravan' comments on the current political climate with 'Here We Go Again' and 'After Me', climate change with 'Hot Hot World' and standard love songs and ballads with 'When I Asked the World for Love' and 'I Wanted to Love You'. All flavored by current events and a sense of humor.
An opera singer by trade, Impresario aka Valerian Ruminski faced a total shutdown of live performing arts along with millions of out of work artists during the pandemic. A proficient piano, organ and guitar player with a knack for songwriting, the 'impresario' in him built a studio, produced and recorded four records, designed all LP cover art and created over thirty music videos
"With a nod toward the observation that my music sounds like an 80's pop band", Impresario notes, "my songs are products of the days in which we are living.The music may be a bit of a throwback to the 1980's to which I give a nod but the themes and subject matter are all living in today. I work very hard to write current lyrics that are topical and biting. Sometimes it's satire and other times it is as clear as a bell."
'80's Caravan' and all Impresario LPs available streaming on all platforms including Spotify, iTunes, Amazon Music, Pandora and iHeart Radio. Valerian Ruminski Opera recordings include: Naxos 'A Night At The Opera', New World Records 'Victor Herbert Collected Songs', George Robb's 'Americana' and the Deutsche Grammophon, Metropolitan Opera DVD, 'I Puritani.
HOT HOT WORLD
HERE WE GO AGAIN
WHEN I ASKED THE WORLD FOR LOVE
OVER AND OVER AGAIN