SCW Cultural Arts at Emanuel presents virtual concert, ‘These 3 Tenors’

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Bruno Ridicio, Thomas Stallone (seated), Rinaldo Toglia

On Sunday, June 13 at 3:00 p.m., Stephen C. Widom Cultural Arts at Emanuel will present a virtual concert, “These Three Tenors,” featuring Bruno Ridicio, Rinaldo Toglia and Thomas Stallone.

After more than 15 years of performances in a wide variety of venues — at major arts festivals, with symphony orchestras, and on international cruises — These Three Tenors, Bruno Ridicio, Rinaldo Toglia and Thomas Stallone, are recognized around the world for presenting one of the most exciting and entertaining shows on the musical scene today.

Their overwhelming success is often attributed to their commitment to providing “something for everyone” — from Opera and the Italian classics to current Broadway and popular favorites, not to mention those much loved songs that date back to the Golden Age of musicals.

Never at the sacrifice of artistic discipline, (the rigor of their operatic experience shines through), they bring humor and camaraderie, (the kind that breaks through barriers), to a performance that is both elegant (as a formal concert) and exciting (as a staged production).

Their unique skill—an ability to collaborate while highlighting each singer’s stylistic qualities—comes through in their wonderful medleys: tributes to Sinatra, America, the romantic strains of Italian Pop, and Broadway—then and now.

Recent and return engagements include Lincoln Center, Westbury Music Fair, PNC Bank Arts Center, Westchester Broadway Theatre and Festa Italia in Milwaukee.

Their appearances as the premier act on Holland America Cruise Lines led to engagements in Washington D.C., Pittsburgh and an extended 28 performance tour of Arizona. CD recordings include These Three Tenors Live, and These Three Tenors—The Lighter Side.

This concert is funded by Leslie & Lawrence Sarf and Family.

Registration for this virtual event is $10.
For further information, to register and purchase a ticket, go to:

Call 516.482.5701 if you have questions.

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