“No Tenors Allowed” at New England Conservatory’s Jordan HallScroll
Following his debut in the title role of ‘Don Giovanni’ at the Metropolitan Opera, Luca Pisaroni and his acclaimed father-in-law, Thomas Hampson, perform their “No Tenors Allowed” concert at New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall, presented by the Celebrity Series of Boston.
On February 1, Pisaroni and Hampson will perform a thunderous program of low notes including operatic and Broadway favorites by Mozart, Bellini, Cole Porter, and more. Pianist Kevin Murphy will accompany the duo at Jordan Hall. Learn more at: Notenorsallowed.com
“Laugh and cry with Pisaroni and Hampson … Hampson and his stage skills, Pisaroni with his playful, boyish irony. With this strong program the two vocal top guns proved once again that opera is about life, about laughing and crying, about power and love.” (Place de l’Opera)
“What happened in the first notes, already exceeded all expectations. Electrified by the charisma of both singers, a resonating enthusiasm was felt by the audience in the hall. Both artists are characterized by their pleasant and balanced tone color in all registers. They both have an enormous range of expression. In addition to this, the actor’s fortune, which presents the characteristics of their embodied roles in the shortest time. If the tenors are mostly youthful lovers and heroes in opera, then baritones are representatives of power, and the bass-baritone often has a dash of humor. The program with Mozart, Verdi, Rossini, Bellini, Gounod and Massenet provides plenty of material for this purpose … Bravos! Cheers of ‘thank you!’ Pure enthusiasm!” (Wolfsburger Allgemeine)