Direct from Italy, THE ITALIAN TENORS are three of Europe’s most successful operatic tenors who have become a worldwide pop-opera phenomenon. Evans Tonon, Sabino Gaita and Luca Sala. The Italian Tenors combine their classical roots with Neapolitan songs and their own blend of Italian pop which is not only evident on their self titled album but is sung with the flair and virtuosity that is uniquely the Italian Tenors.
The Italian Tenors is a classical crossover vocal trio that was formed in 2012 when their first album That’s Amore was released under the label Universal Music. Since then, they have released two more albums, always under Universal Music: Viva la Vita in 2014, and I Successi-the Best of in 2018. They regularly perform all over Europe and have completed four very successful Australian tours, the last one of which took place only weeks ago. They reinterpret well known Italian opera arias, pop songs, and international standards with their classically trained voices, and through their own original arrangements. Their repertoire includes such songs as Lucio Dalla’s Caruso, the Love theme from the Godfather, Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah, Time to Say Goodbye, Caruso, Piccola e Fragile, Gloria, and many more. The Italian Tenors have appeared on numerous programs on main German, British, and Australian television channels, and they love combining great music with witty and exciting entertainment during their performances.
Upcoming tours and concerts will bring The Italian Tenors to Germany, Finland, South Korea, Switzerland, Greece. A new album is scheduled to be released at the end of 2022 and is meant to celebrate the trio’s ten years around the world. They have stretched their repertoire to include a selection of famous songs from other countries, like the Mexican song Besame Mucho; or Tonight, by American composer and conductor Leonard Bernstine; or Australian famous bush ballad Waltzing Matilda; or Sto Perigiali To Kryfo (The Secret Seashore), a beloved tune by Greek composer Mikis Theodorakis. The Italian Tenors are accompanied on this journey by they Italian 5-piece band, Babaarum.
Today 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, the clarinet, and the piano, and he also enjoys writing pop songs. When not on tour with The Italian Tenors Sabino collaborates with the Turin Opera House. Luca studied music in Milan, where he met Sabino at the local conservatory. Besides singing he plays the flute and writes songs for many famous Italian artists, including a song that won the 2012 San Remo Festival – Italy’s celebrated pop music festival. Evans studied music in London and in Rome. He has performed numerous lead roles in many Italian opera houses before joining The Italian Tenors. Passionate about all performing arts, he is also a trained actor and voice actor, appearing on Italian films, TV series and shows.