Published On: Fri, Jun 1st, 2018

 The Wick Theatre Presents Legendary Hit Maker Charles Calello

Music Arranger with the Most Top 10 Hits in History Takes the Stage

Boca Raton , Fl : The Wick Theatre ( is proud to present one of the most influential hit makers in the world, Charles Calello on Saturday, June 23, 2018 at 8pm. After four decades of writing music and conducting orchestras around the world, Calello continues to hold Billboard magazine’s record for the music arranger with the most Top 10 hits in the history of pop music. Accompanying Calello will be a studio-size orchestra and singers performing an evening of the classic hits he helped create. Tickets are $75 and $85.

Calello’s songbook includes iconic numbers such as “Sweet Caroline,” “Let’s Hang On,” “After The Lovin’,” “My Eyes Adored You,” “Southern Nights,” “All By Myself” and “My Heart Belongs to Me.”  During his one-night only performance, audience members will be swept away by his arrangements of these classic hits and mesmerized by behind-the-scenes stories about recording with legends like The Four Seasons, Barbra Streisand, Neil Diamond, Engelbert Humperdinck, Glen Campbell and more.

“Calello’s songbook is truly the music of our lives,” said Marilynn A. Wick, Managing Executive Producer. “This will be a very special night as Calello shares his journey as an original Jersey Boy in Frankie Valli’s first group The Four Lovers to his meteoric rise as one of the most prolific arrangers in the industry.”

Boca Raton residents have a very special connection to Calello, who in 1992 became the principal arranger and assistant conductor for the Florida Symphonic Pops. During his career, Calello has earned 100 Billboard Chart hits, 15 Grammy nominations and is a Vocal Group Hall of Fame Inductee as a member of The Four Seasons.

For tickets and more information please visit, or call the box office at 561-995-2333.

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