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The Tenors

Because the Three Tenors initial became superstars in the first ’90s, a trio of tenors has turned into a regular vocal ensemble formation. The Tenors, nevertheless, extended on that idea to create a quartet, made up of Victor Micallef, Clifton Murray, Remigio Pereira, and Fraser Walters. The quartet’s 2008 debut …

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Rolando Villazón

Touted just as one successor to Plácido Domingo, Rolando Villazón burst over the scene in the first 2000s using a flurry of appearances at best opera houses all over the world. Villazón was raised in Mexico Town. Domingo’s Perhaps Like album, documented with John Denver, was the initial exemplory case …

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Vittorio Grigolo

Vittorio Grigolo exemplified the characteristics from the crossover genre that exists between classical music as well as the pop globe; he had the approach to life and fashion feeling of Robbie Williams but sang having a tone of voice like Luciano Pavarotti. In fact dubbed Il Pavarottino (“the tiny Pavarotti”) …

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Anna Netrebko

Anna Netrebko rose from washing lady in the famed Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg to the best echelons of opera, getting, her many admirers will state, the best soprano of her period. Arguably, within the traditional realm Netrebko may be the most popular vocalist to have surfaced from the switch …

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Noah Stewart

Tenor Noah Stewart gets the distinction to be the first dark musician to get to Zero. 1 on Britain’s traditional music graphs (in the springtime of 2012, along with his personal titled record Noah). This is, like so a great many other seeming right away sensations, after a long time …

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Juan Diego Flórez

Sometimes promoted simply because the successor to Luciano Pavarotti, Peru’s Juan Diego Flórez is truly a very different sort of tenor, and among a sort which has not really been seen very much lately: his tone of voice is light, incredibly athletic, and suited most importantly towards the bel canto …

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Jonas Kaufmann

Tenor Jonas Kaufmann possesses an operatic and concert repertory that spans many centuries, consuming Monteverdi and J.S. Bach and achieving in to the twentieth hundred years with functions by Schoenberg and modern composers. The huge area among contains Mozart, Beethoven, Weber, Berlioz, Schubert, Wagner, Gounod, Mahler, Puccini, and far else. …

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The Canadian Tenors

Because the Three Tenors initial became superstars in the first ’90s, a trio of tenors has turned into a regular vocal ensemble formation. Though it began like a trio, the Canadian Tenors, nevertheless, have extended that idea to a quartet. The group was in fact founded by English Columbia composer …

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Diana Damrau

To numerous, Diana Damrau may be the complete coloratura soprano: with a lovely tone of voice and astounding technique that allow her to attain the best notes with seeming ease, she’s a keen feeling for drama, providing her operatic personas true emotions and total believability. She also exudes a likeable …

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