Canadian singer Angelica Di Castro began captivating audiences with her powerful and unique voice performing in theatres across the U.S and Canada.  Throughout her career, she has released three successful albums with songwriting credits form renowned songwriter/producer David Foster. The mix of heartfelt ballads offered a hint of the style she would evoke as her career evolved. Angelica’s musical style represents the influence of crooner-era style with contemporary polish, charm and sharp production.

Angelica has found her deep love in the very songs she used to hear as a child, growing up in an Italian community. Songs produced and published in the golden era of Connie Francis, Dean Martin, Dusty Springfield and Mina, namely now bejewel Angelica’s repertoire as she seeks to find a place for the past within common comfort. With her distinctive voice, she brings audiences back in time to a place where memories are renewed and recalled.

Following a series of career opportunities, her talent brought her to her first world-class achievement performing for the late Pope John Paul II in front of a live crowd of millions of viewers for World Youth Day. She appeared on a PBS Television special in Las Vegas in front of a sold out crowd at The Venetian, performing the sounds and styles of the 50s and 60s. The T.V. special aired on more than 350 T.V stations across North America and allowed Angelica to gain a legacy of dedicated fans and enabled her to make a mark as an established singer.

Angelica was honoured to record an album produced and arranged by renowned Producer/Arranger Craig Leon (Luciano Pavarotti, Joshua Bell, Ennio Morricone). From her soaring take on her rendition of Connie Francis “Mamma” to her powerful rendition of “You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me”, Angelica represents this musical legacy in her own spellbound way.

After performing at The Mandalay Bay In Las Vegas, performing as opening act for Cirque Du Soleil, singing the national anthem at NBA games, singing on The Jimmy Kimmel Show outdoor stage festival, appearing in Billboard Magazine, performing for Canadian politicians Jean Chretien and Justin Trudeau, and singing throughout Italy and Paris, Angelica is primed to bring her talents to a wider audience, and it takes but a brush of her voice to realize she has something truly unique to offer the world.