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Pop-Opera trio comes to Monaco

Pop-Opera trio comes to Monaco

By Stephanie Horsman - July 31, 2020

Il Volo, the super popular Italian pop-opera trio, is coming to Monaco to perform one night only at the Opera Garnier.

The threesome that is Il Volo is coming to the Opera Garnier Monte Carlo on 14th August with their special brand of pop-opera music. The group is made up of Ignazio Boschetto and Piero Barone, who are tenors, and Gianluca Ginoble, who is a baritone, making for a unique and special sound.

The trio have been together for more than a decade and have performed all over Italy, delighting crowds with both television and live appearances. In 2015, they won the Sanremo Music festival which led to their turn as the Italian representatives for that year’s Eurovision competition. They came in third place in the end, though they were solidly voted first in the televoting. 

Celebrating 10 years together in 2019, the group released The Best of 10 Years, a compilation of their hits from the past decade. The release of this album marked the start of their world tour, which kicked ff in Japan.  

Tickets are €280. Doors of the Opera Garnier open at 8pm for an 8:30pm start.  

For more info and to book a seat, visit www.montecarlolive.com

 

 

 

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