Il Volo has dedicated 20 to their “Notte Magica” tour; a tribute to the 1990 event where the “Tre Tenori” Josè Carreras, Placido Domingo, and Luciano Pavarotti enchanted the whole world from the Caracalla Spa stage.
On July 1st in Piazza Santa Croce in Florence, Il Volo will bring their “NOTTE MAGICA – Tributo ai Tre Tenori” tour on stage. The show will feature the exceptional participation of Placido Domingo and will also mark the start of the “NOTTE MAGICA – A Tribute to the Three Tenors” world tour, which debuted on March 4th to a sold-out concert in Radio City Music Hall.
They concluded their Italian tour in the Verona Arena, which was televised live on Rai 1.
The end of their Italian tour marked the beginning of a lengthy tour in the United States, South America and Europe that sold out in all of the major cities.
After 15 sold-out shows in the United States, the tour will begin on May 5th, 2017 in Europe with 29 dates and high demand ticket sales.
In September the tour will move on to Latin America.
So what exactly did Hans Hass find when he filmed the wreck in 1942?
in many logbooks, one of the best of Greek dive-spots has to be Lefteris Reef.
Their performance in Pompei was recorded by the PBS National Broadcasting Network and shown all throughout the United States.
It is a place slow to give up its secrets, and one never knows what might be discovered.
Abundant marine life, ranging from soft corals to a resident moray eel, are certainties, but shards of ancient amphoras indicate that this is also a place rich in history.
Since 2012 they’ve participated in several important television programs in Europe, and in The United States; such as The Tonight Show, American Idol, Good Morning America, Today Show, Watten Das in Germany, Jerry Lewis’ MDA Labor Day Telethon, and the hugely successful “America’s Got Talent.” On “America’s Got Talent,” they received high praise from Simon Cowell and a record number shares on social media.
Il Volo also participated in a Unicef-organized event for Children in the Horn of Africa hosted at the Venice Film Festival.,” which sold millions of copies.