Speakers Profile - The Three Tenors Show

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Angelo Falcone is an accomplished compare/singer/cabaret/entertainer. He has been involved in hospitality as a restaurant owner and chef for 25 years. His career in music began while in his early teens and through tuition in modern and classical singing, he developed a very flexible style, enabling him to tackle a huge variety of music. In his early years as a singer, he was the front man of an international group. The experience as a singer/entertainer led him to other areas such as professional comparing and even acting. Solo Cabaret Performers roles became second hand. His versatility extends from light jazz and rock `n roll, to evergreens, classics and arias. Angelo is the closest known Pavarotti singing look-a-like in the world and has impersonated the famous tenor since 1994. Angelo launched the "Three Tenors Show" in 1998, and since then speared another 7 "Shows" which perform around Australia. The "Music of the Night", "Classico", "Around the World", "Pavarotti Live", "Pavarotti meets Elvis", "Pavarotti and Friends", and the "Many Faces of Angelo"

Lawrence Allen studied music at the Melbourne University Conservatorium of Music and the Victorian College of the Arts. In 1980, he continued his studies in London with Eric Viether and Geoffrey Parsons, participating in a series of BBC televised master classes given by Elizabeth Schwarzkopf. His overseas work included appearances with the English National Opera and Chelsea Opera, London. Since returning to Australia he has performed with the Victorian State Opera, the Australian Opera, the Western Australian Opera and also the New Zealand Opera. Lawrence has sung under the direction of noted conductors, such as Sir Charles Mackerras, Mark Elder, William Reid and Simone Young. He continues to be in demand as an opera and concert performer. He absolutely loves the light humour cabaret style performances with the "Three Tenors Show".

Vittorio Sacca studied classical singing in Italy and continued his studies at the Conservatorium of Music in Melbourne. Over the years, he supported many Italian artists at some of the major Italian events, and has enjoyed singing a variety of styles. An excess of 30 years of entertaining has earned him much respect and admiration from both the Australian and Italian communities. He is now enjoying his participation as "Carreras" in the "Three Tenors Show" immensely.

Gianni Turcio was born in Capri {Italy}. He followed in his fathers footsteps to become a very accomplished pianist, arranger, producer, musical director and teacher. He holds the Associate and Licentiate Diploma in Pianoforte. He has accompanied the cream of Australian entertainers as well as overseas artists. Adding to television work, playing in many film sountracks under the direction of acclaimed composers and various musical commitments, he now, enjoys his part as Musical Director of the "Three Tenors Show".