On November 9, Luca Pisaroni reunites with his father-in-law, baritone Thomas Hampson, for their fantastic “No Tenors Allowed” program for the first time since the pandemic. At Tchaikovsky Concert Hall, Pisaroni and Hampson will perform beloved arias, operatic scenes, and popular songs with the Russian National Youth Symphony Orchestra, led by Mikhail Tatarnikov. Their praised “No Tenors Allowed” program has previously garnered critical acclaim with Boston Classical Review hailing: “With their rich, lyrical voices and acting abilities showcased by simple, effective staging, the duo transformed what looked to be a traditional recital into an attractive set of dramatic musical performances. Hampson and Pisaroni make a delightful pair. Each rose to fame singing lead roles in Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro and Don Giovanni, and Friday’s program offered delectable picks from both. Hampson delivered a bell-toned “Hai già vinta la causa” as an answer to Pisaroni’s darkly projected “Non piú andrai” from Figaro. As Don Giovanni and Leporello, Hampson and Pisaroni respectively brought an amusing sense of rivalry to “Eh via buffone.” Photo: Lisa Sakulensky