Three tenors, mandolini napoletani e balletto
Offering remarkable entertainment in the heart of the Eternal City, the concert Three Tenors, Mandolini Napoletani e Balletto fills the beautiful St Paul’s Within the Walls Church in Rome with music and dance. The performance features opera singers and ballet dancers who interpret many favourite opera arias and Neapolitan songs. The Neapolitan Mandolins Orchestra imbues the evening with additional authenticity and joy. Thanks to the prime vocal talent, the remarkable accompaniment, the stunning ballet choreography and the celebrated venue, this concert delivers on every level.
St Paul’s Within the Walls Church has earned its place as a landmark venue for classical music performances in Rome. Built in the late 19th century, it stands close to the city’s big terminal railway station, which makes it easy to reach. Its vaulted ceilings provide tremendous acoustics which musicians use skilfully to deliver unique performances. Classical concerts are a regular occurrence there, and Three Tenors, Mandolini Napoletani e Balletto is one of many exceptional events that grace the church’s sacred space. A tourist attraction and place of worship by day, St Paul’s transforms into an atmospheric and impressive music venue at night.
The evening’s programme includes many famous arias, such as ‘La donna è mobile’ from Rigoletto by Giuseppe Verdi or ‘Nessun dorma’ from Turandot by Giacomo Puccini, as well as beloved Neapolitan songs like ‘O sole mio’ by Eduardo Di Capua or ‘Funiculì funiculà’ by Luigi Denza. The talented ballet dancers join many of the musical numbers to deliver appealing and eye-catching choreographies that make the experience even richer. The Neapolitan Mandolins Orchestra and a classically trained pianist provide the solid instrumental background, upon which the evening’s musical and dance routines unfold. No other concert in Rome captures what Three Tenors, Mandolini Napoletani e Balletto has to offer! It is a must-see for visitors and locals alike.