THE Italian Tenors are coming to the Border early next year.
As part of their third Australian tour in March 2020, The Italian Tenors will perform at The Commercial Club in Albury on Sunday, March 22.
Three of Europe's most successful operatic tenors, Sabino Gaita, Evans Tonon and Luca Sala, have become a worldwide pop-opera phenomenon.
The trio combine classical roots with Neapolitan music and their own blend of Italian pop.
Gaita was born and raised in Milan and now lives in Turin, where he regularly sings at the local Opera House. He met Tonon and Sala during a production of Aida.
Gaita began studying music at the age of five and can play several instruments, including the piano, the saxophone, and the clarinet. He also finds pleasure composing songs and has created his own recording studio.
Tonon was born and raised in Turin. Despite his English surname he is very much Italian. Before The Italian Tenors, he was singing leading opera talent in important Italian opera houses. He is also a trained actor, playing in Italian TV series and films, and a voice actor, lending his spoken voice to ads and documentaries.
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Sala is an accomplished composer who has written songs for some of the most famous Italian pop singers.
He has graduated from the Milan conservatory where he studied flute, piano, and choral music performance. Sala often performs in concert with his wife Corinta, who is also an accomplished singer.
Gaita said The Italian Tenors looked forward to returning to Australia.
"This time we want to take you on a journey through Italy through our music," Gaita said.
"We look forward to meeting our Australian fans once again celebrating the wonderful music and culture from our homeland."