Singing Telegram Service
What we offer
On a crisp October evening in Chicago, 2006, Rose Guccione was awaiting the arrival of two expectant parents at a baby shower. A friend approached the singer and said, “Do you remember the voicemail you left four years ago? Well, I saved it! And I play it every year on my birthday while drinking a glass of champagne!” At this moment, OperaGram.com® was born!
OperaGram.com® gained notoriety in a Chicago Tribune “Live!” feature written by Robert K. Elder. The article prompted invitations by radio legend John “Records” Landecker on WLS Radio 890 AM and by NBC5 News Today with Rob Elgas, Zoraida Sambolin, and Andy Avalos.
The United States Patent and Trademark Office granted Registered Trademark status to OperaGram.com® in October 2009.
Years in Business
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WHY WE’RE DIFFERENT
A wonderful article explains the physics behind how an operatic voice can be heard over an orchestra in Scientific American.
To hear the operatic voice up close is a rarity. We’d like to make this experience more accessible. And because of physics, acoustics, and what have you, we can be up close, masked, at a social distance, and still come through loud and clear.
Opera Singer Questionnaire
If you are an opera singer and would like to be contacted to deliver singing telegrams, please fill out the information below. Thank you for your interest!