Two voices with the sweetness of the future

This exciting duo, with soprano Lise Davidsen and tenor Freddie De Tommaso, will give us a thrilling recital featuring a series of important Arias in the first part, before firing up the romance in a second part with lighter music. After Wagner, Verdi and an array of Verist composers, we touch down on Neapolitan canzone, 19th century salon songs and highlights from the musical and operetta. 

Beloved at the world's finest opera houses by one and all, they appear at the Liceu together to amplify the appeal of the work even more. Davidsen, who has already shone as a voice as bright as silver in the sunlight, and who, moreover, was named best female singer of the year at the International Opera Awards, will sing alongside De Tommaso, promising to bring the house down with her luminous singing. 

Two voices with the sweetness of the future that will make the audience's eyes sparkle in the Teatre. 

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  • Approximate running time 2h 05min
    • First part 40min
    • Interval 30min
    • Second part 45min


James Baillieu

January 2024

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Richard Wagner 
"Dich teure Halle" (Tannhäuser

Giuseppe Verdi 
"La mia letizia infondere" (I lombardi alla prima crociata
"Teco io sto" (Un ballo in maschera)
"Morrò, ma prima in grazia" (Un ballo in maschera)
"Cielo pietoso, rendila" (Simon Boccanegra)
"Ave Maria" (Otello)

Umberto Giordano
"Amor ti vieta" (Fedora)

Giacomo Puccini
"Vissi d’arte" (Tosca)

Francesco Cilèa
"E’ la solita storia del pastore" (Lamento di Federico) (L’arlesiana)

Piotr Ílitx Txaikovski
"Uj polnotx blizitsia" "Akh, istomilas ia gorem" (Píkovaia dama)

Francesco Paolo Tosti
L’alba separa dalla luce l´ombra
Non t'amo più Ideale

Richard Strauss 
"Zueignung" op. 10 Núm. 1
"Allerseelen" op. 10 Núm. 8
"Cäcilie" op. 27 Núm. 2
"Befreit" op. 39 Núm. 4

Salvatore Cardillo
Core ‘ngrato 

Frederick Loewe
“I Could Have Danced All Night” (My Fair Lady)

Franz Lehár
"Lippen schweigen" (Die lustige Witwe)