The Three Tenors

The Three Tenors sing tango classics

Inspired by the phenomenon of the 1990s, Félix Merino, Toni Vinyals and Albert Mora begin a cycle of recitals at Palau de la Música.

The Three Tenors were a classical music phenomenon of the 1990s. The original trio, consisting of Plácido Domingo, Josep Carreras and Luciano Pavarotti, filled stadia and sold enormous numbers of Cds during their career. What you can see in the Petit Palau concert hall at Palau de la Música is obviously not the original trio, but a reinterpretation of the format by Félix Merino, Toni Vinyals and Albert Mora with a cycle titled ‘Tango d’amor’.

The initial recitals have been very successful and there is still one date in August, three in September and two more in October. For these recitals, the trio of tenors will be accompanied by Quartet Ressonància, featuring an accordionist, a guitarist and a pair of tango dancers. Among the tunes featured are are tango classics like ‘Granada’, ‘Bésame mucho’, ‘Perfidia’ and ‘El día que me quieras’.

In principle, there are no more dates scheduled after October, so if you're interested, now is the moment. You'll find more information and ticket sales on the Palau de la Música website.

Publication date: Tuesday, 22 August 2017
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