The Three Tenors In Florence

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PreviousMay 2022

Inspired by the world-renowned ‘Three Tenors’ Luciano Pavarotti, Plácido Domingo and José Carreras,, this unforgettable concert and the magnificent performance of opera arias and Neapolitan songs will leave a wonderful memory of your journey in Italy!This fusion of different musical forms takes place in the heart of Florence, at the beautiful Auditorium di St. Stefano at Ponte Veccchio, the most elegant and refined venue of this marwellous city of art. Three masterful Tenors will perform the masterpieces which brought fame to Italy all over the world, in this unique occasion accompanied by a chamber ensemble of mandolin, cello and grandpiano.This tibute to the great Pavarotti features the three performing some of the most famous arias from La Traviata, Rigoletto and Tosca, among others affecting you with the joy of Naples and its songs. Favourites such as O sole mio, Funiculì Funiculà and Torna a Surriento will make this celebration of the greatest artist of all times unforgettable.Whether this event appeals to you most of all for its opera arias or its Neapolitan songs, the performance by the three tenors and the superb musicians will leave you breathless.


(available from september 2019)

Selection of Tuscan Salami and Cheese D.O.P with onion jam.(honey on the table)

Pici with ragùsauce made of Fiorentini tomatoesand Parmisan flakes.

Grilled pork with Filet Thyme and vegetable Caponatina.

Tarts with two chocolates cream.


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Church of Santo Stefano al Ponte

Santo Stefano al Ponte is a church in Florence, Italy.

The church was originally constructed in the 11th and 12th century in a Romanesque style with a polychrome marble facade. The interior featured three aisles. In the 14th century, the exterior was renovated. Of the original facade, only the marble work around the portal remains. Between 1631 and 1655, the interior of the church was renovated to convert the three aisles to an open hall. A crypt was added and the interior was redesigned to include a choir.

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