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The Three Tenors in London

9 November 2024

-  7:30 pm

£Starting from £35

The Three Tenors in London

By Opera e Lirica Srl

The Three Tenors in London

“The Three Tenors” Vincenzo Tremante, Francesco Fortes and Alessandro Fortunato performing for the first time in London, accompanied by strings and piano, on a journey through masterpieces of Italian opera and Neapolitan song on a single date.
St John’s Smith Square, London, SW1P 3HA
Nov. 9, 2024
Gate opening time h. 7:00 p.m.
Start time h. 7.30 p.m.
End time h. 9.00 p.m.
Intermission: 10-minute interval
Enjoy an unforgettable experience, being carried away by the powerful and seductive voices of the Three Tenors through some of the greatest masterpieces of Italian opera and famous Neapolitan song, in the beautiful St. John’s Smith Square.
A unique performance that will move you, but also make you smile, in an extraordinary whirlwind of emotions. You will be enraptured by the beauty of melodies and words that portray passionate love stories, as only singing can. Every note will make the souls of those present vibrate, transporting them to a world of music and poetry.
A dynamic program, which begins with the interpretation of opera arias from Tosca, L’Elisir d’amore, Rigoletto and Turandot. It continues, in the second part, with a selection of exciting Neapolitan songs, from “‘O sole mio” to “Torna a Surriento,” and great Italian song classics such as “Nel blu dipinto di blu” and the wonderful “Caruso.”
Our three tenors, Tremante, Fortes, Fortunato, young people of great talent but with mature international experience, have been thrilling audiences in Naples, Rome, Sorrento for years and now, for the first time, they are coming to London, on a single date.
Their powerful voices, accompanied by a string quartet, led by our internationally experienced first violinist, Elvin Dhimitri, and piano, will be framed by the solemn atmosphere of St. John’s Smith Square, located in the heart of Westminster, a short distance from the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey, and just a short walk from Westminster & St James’s Park underground stations.
St John’s was designed and built by Thomas Archer and has survived fire, lightning, bomb plots and the Blitz. The Baroque beauty of the building is matched by an exceptional acoustic and from its restoration as both church and concert hall in the late 1960s, St John’s has presented some of the finest classical talent, programming choirs, chamber orchestras, and period instrument groups.
We suggest arriving at least thirty minutes before the start time of the performance to secure the best seat in the various categories.
Tickets can be purchased at, starting at 35 pounds.

St. John's Smith Square

City of London