The Three Tenors and the Great Neapolitan Mandolins

Have a wonderful Italian evening with the Three Tenors and Opera arias, Neapolitan songs and an emotional mandolin quartet. 

 

Scheduled in the heart of Naples, in the Church of Santa Maria della Colonna, there are The Three Tenors Delfo Paone, Fabio Andreotti and Emmanuel Lombardi, which will delight viewers not only with their interpretation of the most famous Italian opera arias, but also with the fabulous performance of a mandolin quartet from Accademia Mandolinistica Napoletana, to make you spend an unforgettable evening in Naples accompanied by the highest expression of lyric and traditional music.

 

In this unforgettable concert the Three Tenors will perform some of the most famous opera arias from La Traviata, Rigoletto and Tosca, to name a few, infecting them with the joy of Naples and its songs. The beautiful Funiculì Funiculà and Torna a Surriento will make this musical celebration unforgettable in honor of the greatest artist of all time, the famous Luciano Pavarotti. Whether you choose this event for opera arias or the sun of Naples, the performance of the Three Tenors and our superb musicians will leave you breathless.

 

The Monumental Complex of Santa Maria della Colonna reopened after a long restoration, is located in the heart of Naples, Via dei Tribunali, and includes the Church and the monumental Cloister.

 

The Church of Santa Maria della Colonna, with its beautiful Baroque façade, is part of the complex wanted by cardinal Mario Carafa in 1566 for 50 poor young people, an orphanage to start young people in literature and music.

 

The Conservatory was named Conservatorio dei Poveri di Gesù Cristo and the great Giovan Battista Pergolesi studied there, but also Alessandro Scarlatti, Francesco Durante, Nicola Porpora and many others. The Complex returns to cover its original function, hosting in its wonderful atmosphere concerts and events, making it the fulcrum of the musical world in the heart of Naples.

Program and cast

Performers


Solo Voices: Delfo Paone, Fabio Andreotti, Emmanuel Lombardi


Mandolin quartet from Accademia Mandolinistica Napoletana: Two mandolins, One mandola, One guitar


Direction and choreographies: Minea de Mattia


Programme


I TEMPO


Ricci, Luigi
Tarantella from La Festa di Piedigrotta


Verdi, Giuseppe
‘Questa o quella per me pari sono’ from
Rigoletto


Leoncavallo, Ruggero
Mattinata


Verdi, Giuseppe
Rigoletto: La donna è mobile from
Rigoletto


Puccini, Giacomo
Recondita armonia from Tosca


Cinquegrana, Pasquale
Ndringhete ‘Ndra


Rossini, Gioacchino
‘Tarantella’


Leoncavallo, Ruggero
Vesti la giubba


Verdi, Giuseppe
"Libiamo ne' lieti calici" (Brindisi), from
La Traviata 


II TEMPO


Denza, Luigi
Funiculì Funiculà


De Curtis, Ernesto
Torna a Surriento


Verdi, Giuseppe
"De' miei bollenti spiriti", from La
Traviata


Donizetti, Gaetano
"Una furtiva lagrima" from L'Elisir
d'amore


Puccini, Giacomo
'E lucevan le stelle’ TOSCA


Calace, Raffaele
Tarantella


Di Chiara, Vincenzo
La Spagnola


Capaldo, Giuseppe
Come facette Mammeta


Bis
Denza, Luigi
Funiculì Funiculà 

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Church of Santa Maria della Colonna

The Monumental Complex of Santa Maria della Colonna reopened after a long restoration, is located in the heart of Naples, Via dei Tribunali, and includes the Church and the monumental Cloister.

 

The Church of Santa Maria della Colonna, with its beautiful Baroque façade, is part of the complex wanted by cardinal Mario Carafa in 1566 for 50 poor young people, an orphanage to start young people in literature and music.

 

The Conservatory was named Conservatorio dei Poveri di Gesù Cristo and the great Giovan Battista Pergolesi studied there, but also Alessandro Scarlatti, Francesco Durante, Nicola Porpora and many others. The Complex returns to cover its original function, hosting in its wonderful atmosphere concerts and events, making it the fulcrum of the musical world in the heart of Naples.

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