Erica DiCeglie is an accomplished singer, songwriter, actor and musical director.
Erica DiCeglie is an accomplished singer, songwriter, actor and musical director. Her soaring angelic voice has graced venues throughout Europe in Rome, Florence, Venice, Dublin and Karckow, as well as the Tampa Bay area, where she has opened for world renown bands such as Salvador, Big Daddy Weave, Ginny Owens and Building 429.
Together with the talented musicians who make up “The Erica DiCeglie Band” and “The Holy Jazz Project” she has traveled the Bay area and has been a memorable highlight at numerous weddings, concerts and special events, including performances at “The Taste of Clearwater”, “Sugar Sand Festival”, “Artistic Tastings”, “The Taste of Dunedin”, “Belleair Wine and Tapas”, “Death By Chocolate”, “Annual Art Hop”, “Rock the Kilt” and “Musicians of Note”, at prestigious venues such as The Safety Harbor Spa, The Belleair Country Club, The Hyatt Regency Clearwater, The Hilton Carillon, Pier 60, Largo Cultural Center, Straub Park and the Tampa Bay Musicians Co-Op. She also has loved bringing her music to the stages of many local clubs and restaurants over the last several years.
Having studied musical theater at the prestigious American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York City, she has starred in revival productions of “Jesus Christ, Superstar”, “Songs for a New World”, “The Fantasticks”, “Cabaret” and “Hair” to name but a few.
Erica has served as Assistant Director of Music for St. Jerome Church in Largo for the past 12 years, where her musicality and voice continue to inspire those who come to worship there.
It was also at St Jerome’s where her passion for songwriting took flight. In 2003 she recorded her first album, “Because You Called,” a collection of original and cover Christian songs. In 2012, she released her second album, “The Way Here,” which features some of her most acclaimed compositions, namely, “Unknown Road,” “79 Arsenal Street”, “The Seasons of My Heart,” and “The Bell Tolls.” She is currently gearing up to get back into the studio and she simply can not wait to get these new songs out in the world!
Frequently she has been requested to sing the national anthem for the Tampa Bay Rays, and has generously offered her talent to a number of political events that have been hosted in Florida. She was also a finalist in the 2012, “The Voice” Republican National Convention.
Both classic and eclectic as a vocalist, songwriter and performer, Erica DiCeglie combines the best of the past with the most relevant of the present, in a compelling, powerful, authentic and singular voice and style that is hers alone.