A “Tenor Recital” in Tokyo

On Tuesday, November 5th, Marcello will appear on the stage of the Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall for a classical music recital presented by Tokyo ProMusica. The program includes some of the most beloved songs of the classical Italian repertoire as well as some of most popular opera arias, with music by composers such as Bellini Mascagni, Leoncavallo, Tosti, Puccini, and Verdi among others. Marcello will be accompanied on the piano by maestro Rosario Cicero. The entire program may be seen on the calendar page of the Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall website.

Tickets and information can be obtained by calling the Tokyo Promusica Ticket Desk at +81- 3-3372-7050.

Oct 29, 2013

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