A Beijing Night with China's Three Tenors
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Martin Yates conducts three of China's top tenor voices, performing with the RSNO. Traditional opera repertoire from Rigoletto, Pagliacci and Tosca sits alongside some less well known Chinese pieces.
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China's Three Tenors perform with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra for one night only as part of their world tour.
Formed in 2011, ten years on from the original Three Tenors' concert in the Chinese capital Beijing, the trio comprises China's most celebrated tenors: Dai Yuqiang, Wei Song and Warren Wah-lun Mok.
The concert, A Beijing Night with China's Three Tenors, is sponsored by the Beijing tourist board, for which the trio are ambassadors.
The repertoire for the concert, conducted by Martin Yates, includes pieces from classic European operas such as Tosca, Carmen and Rigoletto, the works of renowned contemporary composers from China, and a selection of traditional Chinese folk songs.
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