If The Rat Pack and The Three Tenors were combined, it would be The Sicilian Tenors. Performing some of the world’s best music, tenors Aaron Caruso, Elio Scaccio, and Sam Vitale lend their classically trained voices to operatic and Italian favorites, including “O Sole Mio,” “Time to Say Goodbye,” and “That’s Amore.” An intimate journey from Hollywood to Italy, a Sicilian Tenors performance incorporates all of the tenor classics, delivered with perfect harmony.
Sicilian Tenor, Aaron Caruso, developed his interest in singing early, studying opera in Italy and New York. The warm-voiced tenor has performed some of the world’s most famous operas, including La Boheme and Mozart’s Bastien. He got his big break on Broadway, singing the role of Mario Lanza in Lanza! A Musical Tribute. Also a classically trained tenor, Elio Scaccio, has recently begun a promising solo career, releasing his pop-classical debut CD in 2010 entitled Lettere D’Amore. Scaccio’s album features original compositions and opera classics. Sam Vitale, the third of our Sicilian Tenors, has demonstrated his classically trained voice in roles from Carmen to Phantom of the Opera. Vitale not only sings for his country, but protects it as well, having served during Desert Storm.
The Sicilian Tenors are beloved in New York City, selling out Carnegie Hall and entrancing audiences with their nostalgic and soothing vocals. Performing the best of Italian opera and Italian-American classics, The Sicilian Tenors are a unique combination of New York style and classical excellence. This February, The Sicilian Tenors invite you to a night of powerful harmonies, drawing from Hollywood, Broadway, and Sicilian music for an unforgettable experience.