CMI Entertainment is proud to offer an all-new show from The Sicilian Tenors. Inspired by their latest TV Program filmed at Highclere Castle, the home of Downton Abbey. Journey to Highclere Castle with The Sicilian Tenors combines songs of the era with the stunning visuals of the castle to provide your audience with a truly memorable experience. Book this exciting NEW show today!
This NEW live show for is filled with music and video presentations that will be featured in The Sicilian Tenors NEW program filmed at Highclere Castle that begins airing on Public Television Stations all around the country beginning fall of 2023! It’s a show filled with a wide variety of marvelous songs fans of the famous program and that romantic era will be familiar with. Also featuring, behind the scenes stories and beautiful video presentations from within the castle, and all around the grounds and supporting village that every true fan of the program will want to see and hear. And yes, the tenors will also be singing a few of the Italian favorite standards such as ‘O Sole Mio’ and ‘Funiculi Funicula’ as part of the show.
Aaron Caruso has been performing on stage since the age of 6, and attended the world renowned "Interlochen Arts Academy" for high school. He earned his bachelor degree in Vocal Performance with an Italian Minor from the University of Michigan. He speaks four languages fluently, and can sing in seven including Russian, Latin and German. He studied Opera abroad in Italy, and in New York City, with Maestro Luigi Veccia, a student of Marcello and Mario Del Monaco, for 8 years. Aaron also specializes in Classic Neapolitan music.
Elio Scaccio, a performing artist since early childhood, has been singing his entire life. In college, he focused special attention on studying jazz vocal technique and performance. He continued classical training at the renowned Peabody Conservatory at Johns Hopkins. Since that time, he has trained under the supervision of several renowned opera tenors, but he has always maintained his unmistakable pop essence. Elio is a “crossover” performer, singing classical, pop standards, Italian ethnic, and occasionally, vintage rock.
Sam Vitale began his studies with Laurie Christie, at the University of South Carolina, and is a graduate of the University of Michigan, School of Music, where he studied under Willis Patterson and Lorna Haywood. He continued his studies in New York City with Luigi Veccia, and Giuseppe Taormina. Sam has performed the lead tenor roles in Carmen, La Traviata, Don Giovanni (Cortona, Italy), and Pagliacci. Sam is a proud United States Air Force veteran of both Operations Desert Shield & Desert Storm and won 1st place in the USAF World-Wide Tops In Blue Competition, Classical Division.
Combined, they have brilliantly created: The Sicilian Tenors
“The Three Tenors meets The Rat Pack”
— Joan Rivers
“I can’t tell you how many people have raved about your performance. It was a very special feature to our program. Thank you, thank you, thank you!"
— Carol Berman, Comcast/NBCUniversal - Executive Producer
“It was a magical evening and you guys are to thank!...Amazing performers”
— Kathyryn Lott, Society for the Performing Arts
"Glorious, glorious, glorious. Moving the audience from tears to laughter with warm nostalgia and soaring voices, the Sicilian Tenors hit all the right notes. The value of beauty, especially in music, can't be overstated for picking up your spirits and making you smile."
— Katherine Heerbrandt, The Frederick News Post