The Italian Tenors is a classical crossover vocal trio consisting of Evans Tonon, Luca Sala and Sabino Gaita. In their repertory they have drawn a line between classical music, popular Italian and international standards. The three musicians have performed professionally in operas for years, so it is all the more extremely exciting for them to be able to combine their musical classical heritage with their passion for popular music. It is incredible how they reinterpret well known Italian and international pop songs with their classically trained voices, and through their own original arrangements. They offer a very varied program, from the classical sounds of Ennio Morricone to the pop rhythms of Gloria and Mamma Maria, from romantic Caruso, by Lucio Dalla, and Time To Say Goodbye, by Andrea Bocelli, to Leonard Cohen, and well known opera arias by Verdi or Puccini.

Magical moments await the audience, evoked by the opulently arranged fireworks of the sounds of those opera and pop gems, combining great music with witty and exciting entertainment during their performances, winning hearts with their Italian charm after only a few notes. 

Brilliant, notable, and exciting are just three adjectives the Italian Tenors can be described with.

The Italian Tenors perform regularly all over Europe, they are soon to tour South Korea and have completed three very successful Australian tours, with a fourth one being planned for summer 2022. They have appeared on numerous programs on main German, British and Australian television channels.

They have released three albums—the first one, That’s Amore, was released in 2012 under the label Universal Music/Germany. The second album, Viva La Vita, in 2014 by Universal Germany and in 2018 the label released their third album I Successi, The Best of The Italian Tenors.

The trio joined Chinese soprano and Grammy Award winner Jia Ruhan in 2013 and recorded with her two duets to be included in her crossover album Smile.