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The Sicilian Tenors in Newberry

Sicilian TenorsWhen you think of some of greatest Tenor voices in history Luciano Pavarotti, Placido Domingo and Jonas Kaugfmann come to mind. These names invoke the bright full timbre that is strong enough to be heard over an orchestra. Experience the magic in person as The Sicilian Tenors take the Newberry Opera House stage on Saturday, September 23, 2016 @ 8:00pm. Meet Aaron Caruso, Elio Scaccio, and Sam Vitale - these three voices come together and take the audience on a journey from Hollywood to Broadway to Italy with operatic tenor voices singing a wide variety of marvelous songs that America loves. Combined with light-hearted fun, this is a concert for all ages and musical tastes.

Aaron Caruso has been performing on stage since the age of 6, and attended the world renowned "Interlochen Arts Academy" for high school. He earned his bachelor degree in Vocal Performance with an Italian Minor from the University of Michigan. He speaks four languages fluently, and can sing in seven including Russian, Latin and German. Elio Scaccio, a performing artist, since early childhood, has been singing his entire life. In college, he focused special attention on studying jazz vocal technique and performance. Sam Vitale is a graduate of the University of Michigan, School of Music, and continued his studies in New York City under the late Maestro Luigi Veccia. Sam has performed the lead tenor roles in Carmen, La Traviata, Rigoletto, The Phantom of the Opera, Don Giovanni (performed in Cortona, Italy), and Pagliacci. Sam is a proud United States Air Force veteran of both Operations Desert Shield & Desert Storm. While in the Air Force, he won first place in the World Wide Tops In Blue Competition, Classical Division.

Great reviews of this show below!

“The Three Tenors meets The Rat Pack” - Joan Rivers

"Just brilliant, what a wonderful act!" - William Shatner

“...Three handsome tenors --- all American born, all of Sicilian ancestry, all good friends of many years, all classically trained -- treated a wildly receptive audience to an interesting mélange of Broadway ("Phantom of the Opera"), opera ("Tosca"), classic Neapolitan songs ("O Sole Mio", et al), popular Sicilian songs, and even a rousing rendition of "God Bless America", that with full audience participation.” - Larry Kellum, The Town Times

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