On April 29, the phenomenon of the Italian pop opera The Italian Tenors will perform at at the concert hall Lielais Dzintars.

The Italian Tenors is a trio made up of some of Italy's most successful tenors, Evans Tonon, Sabino Gaita and Luca Sala. In a grandiose concert program, they combine famous Italian opera arias and pop songs with the help of their classically choreographed voices and original arrangements. Their repertoire includes songs such as Lucio Dalla Caruso, The Love theme from The Godfather, Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah, Time to Say Goodbye, Piccola e Fragile, Gloria and many more.

The Italian Tenors concert highlights the charm of Italy and the performance power of the vocalists. With a live band of Italian musicians, the evening promises to be an incredible musical montage of vocal passion and superb entertainment.

The new album of the musical group will be released at the end of 2022 and will mark the tenth year of activity of the trio around the world. They expanded their repertoire to include famous songs from other countries, such as the Mexican song Besame Mucho; or Tonight by the American composer and conductor Leonard Bernstein; or the famous Australian ballad Waltzing Matilda; or Sto Perigiali To Kryfo (The Mysterious Seashore), a favorite song of the Greek composer Mikis Theodorakis. The Italian tenors will be accompanied on this journey by the five-piece Italian group Babaarum.

The trio consists of Italian singers Sabino Gaita, Luca Sala and Evans Tonon. Sabino is originally from southern Italy but moved to Milan at an early age to study music. He plays the saxophone, clarinet and piano and also enjoys writing pop songs. When not touring with Italian tenors, Sabino collaborates with the Turin Opera House. Luca studied music in Milan, where he met Sabino at the local conservatory. In addition to singing, he plays the flute and writes songs for many famous Italian artists, including the song that won the 2012 Sanremo Festival, Italy's famous pop music festival. Evans studied music in London and Rome. Before joining The Italian Tenors, he played several leading roles in many Italian opera houses. Passionate about all things performing arts, he is a professional actor and voice actor, appearing in Italian movies, series and shows.

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