Victor expanded his rÈsumÈ in 2001 with bimonthly residencies at Stereo in Montreal, Canada and Tribal Sessions in Manchester, England. He also traveled overseas for performances at TLV in Tel Aviv, Israel, Cuvo Paradiso in Mykonos, Greece and L'Enser in Paris, France. He has also arranged the music for the past several Dolce & Gabbana runway fashion shows in Milan, Italy. At home in the United States, Victor spins monthly at Crobar in Miami's South Beach, occasionally travels for special events around the country and is patiently waiting for the right opportunity to resume a residency in New York City.
Despite his many professional accomplishments, Victor still has some dreams to fulfill, particularly his desire to work on motion picture soundtracks. He is also currently working in the studio with a female vocalist he recently discovered to help develop her burgeoning career while further exploring the down-tempo side of electronic music. Victor's Sensory Mix of Madonna's "Don't Tell Me" and his Calderone & Quayle Dark Side Mix of "What It Feels Like For A Girl," both experiments in ambient electronica, garnered critical acclaim and impressed Madonna so much that she featured his version of the latter song on her Drowned World Tour.
Because his talent is so prominent, it is easy to forget that Victor Calderone's career achievements are also the result of his true spirit of determination, as well as his dedication to perfection and persistence in an ultra-competitive industry. His many years of hard work and monumental success are only overshadowed by his sincerity, modesty, unwavering commitment to his craft and fierce devotion to his countless fans. A profoundly influential and inspirational talent, Victor has entertained millions of people, generously donated to charitable causes and earned the utmost respect of his peers, all while boldly pushing the universal limits of originality and ingenuity.
During an earlier interview, Victor summed up his prolific career perfectly when he modestly proclaimed, "If it wasn't for the audience and the fans, I wouldn't exist, so I wouldn't have any right coming off to anybody like I'm anything special. I'm very grateful for all the support and everything that's been going on in my life. It's been amazing and I'm very happy."