Today: July 9, 2024

Sopranos legend Dominic Chianese tells his story

This Friday night, legendary actor Dominic Chianese – best known for his unforgettable performance as Corrado ‘Junior’ Soprano in HBO’s The Sopranos – tells his story through words and music in Windsor

The evening is titled How I Became a Soprano and takes place at The Old Court, following sold out performances earlier this year in Egham in March and June, and one in Windsor in April. Chianese lives locally, splitting his time between the beautiful area and New York. 

Chianese may be most recognisable as the scheming Uncle Junior, but his work also includes roles in some of the best films of all time including All the President’s Men, Dog Day Afternoon, and The Godfather Part II

As well as being a hugely accomplished and beloved actor, Chianese is a celebrated musician – he has released two acclaimed albums, and Sopranos fans will remember his poignant performance of Core ‘ngrato in the third season finale.

Outside of performing, Chianese certainly keeps himself busy. In 2010, he received the Ellis Island Medal of Honor in recognition of his humanitarian efforts. And at age 93, he shows no signs of slowing down with these UK performances sharing his story with adoring fans of all ages. Do not miss the opportunity to hear his incredible story through words and music.
Tickets to his Windsor show can be found here, along with more information.

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