Music, Creative Entertainment
Pavarotti (Angelo Falcone), Carreras (Vittorio Sacca) and Domingo (Sandro Martino) perform an intoxicating musical presentation extending from the ever popular Operatic Arias, English, Spanish, French and Italian Classics, and modern contemporary songs, while being performed in an environment of humour and dialogue by professionals who enthral and captivate their audience. The likeness is remarkable, the sound is irresistible and the show is unforgettable.
With private performances of 20 to a mass performance to 53,000 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in 2006, the show currently tours Australia and has performed in New Zealand and has had interest from South East Asia, Athens and Las Vegas.
In 1997 Angelo Falcone (one of the closest known “Pavarotti” singing look-alikes in the world and has impersonated the great tenor most successfully for some years) realised, over dinner with two long time friends of 20 years, Sandro Martino and Vittorio Sacca, also singers/entertainers, their combined likeness to the real three tenors was astonishingly remarkable. After Sandro and Vittorio joined Angelo at a Charity Concert he had organised, the response to the performance was magnificent. From there the “Three Tenors Show” began and its global mass of entertainment soon followed.
- Italian Day at Flemington Racecourse
- Collingwood/Adelaide clash on MCG Oval – 2000
- MCG Performance Easter Monday – 2005
- Paraplegic and Quadriplegic Concert
- Breast Cancer Performance at the Grand Hyatt
- Ford Australia 75th Anniversary