Decca Announces Freddie De Tommaso’s Second Album

By Francisco Salazar

Decca Classics has announced the second album of British-Italian tenor Freddie De Tommaso, entitled “Il Tenore.”

The new album will be released on June 10th and will feature some of the most iconic arias and duets ever written for the operatic voice.

In a statement, De Tommaso said, “I am incredibly excited to release my second album on Decca, Il Tenore, a collection of arias and duets from the operas which are central to my career at the moment and that I love to sing most. It is exciting to be able to share some of my favourite operatic repertoire with the public. I am so glad to be a part of the Decca family, and to be joined on this album by my fellow Decca artist Lise Davidsen, as well as my friends Aigul Akhmetshina and Natalya Romaniw which was great fun in the recording studio. I look forward to sharing our love of this timeless music with the listeners.”

The album features arias and duets from “Madama Butterfly,” “Turandot,” “Carmen,” and “Tosca.” he is joined by Natalya Romaniw and Aigul Akhmetshina in selections from “Butterfly” and “Carmen.”

The Philharmonia Orchestra is conducted by the veteran Italian Paolo Arrivabeni.


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