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Tribute Show


They can sing! And what`s more; they can entertain! Artists with 30 plus years of experience. This is a Cabaret Show like no other. Three great voices singing the most noted songs of the century. From the ever popular operatic arias to English, Spanish and Italian Classics and also modern songs and ballads loved by all. The Three Tenors Show without doubt, performs the most Versatile, Sophisticated, Heart-felt Repertoire that any Show could possibly present in 2 hours. A truly great Show, performed in an environment of humor and dialogue by accomplished professional entertainers who enthrall and captivate their audience.

  Dinner & Show
     Friday Night

  24th March '17


Note arrival time is 7pm

The first half of the show begins at 9pm

an interval allows one to have more sweets and cheese

the Second half of the Show normally finishes by 11:30pm.
All Shows include Dinner,coffee,tea and Filtered iced water.

We are fully licensed with Table service for all drinks on a Pay-as-you-go Basis.
Unless Stated the Dinner is  our Full Carvery/Buffet with Seafood and 10 Homemade Sweets.
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Alfred's Homestead  
Less Than 1 week After 17th March.
1 week but less than 5 weeks 17th Feb-17thMarch
5 weeks or more Before 17th Feb
Discounted price per adult
Discounted price per child 4-11 incl.
Three Tenors Tribute Show
Introducing Marco Cinque-
the New Carreras

Marco has studied in Australia and Italy both. He was honoured to sing for Maestro Luciano Pavarotti and work on facets of singing technique accompanied by renowned conductor, Leone Magiera. He has studied with celebrated baritone, Enzo Sordello, and was awarded the Umberto Giordano Scholarship in vocal studies that enabled him to study in Italy with conductor and vocal teacher Maestro Lorenzo Castriota Skanderbeg. Cinque has undertaken over twenty-two of the most important operatic tenor roles including Alfredo (La Traviata), Rudolfo (La Boheme), Nemorino (L’Elisir D’amore), Rinuccio (Gianni Schicchi), Turridu (Cavalleria Rusticana), Edgardo (Lucia di Lammermoor), Foresto (Attila), the title roles of Ernani and Andrea Chenier both, Ruggero (La Rondine), Mario Cavaradossi (Tosca), Ismael (Nabucco) and Macduff (Macbeth). Marco starred as Tony Candolino in the award-winning touring production of Maria Callas Masterclass. Pursuing other stagecraft he has performed in film and has recorded in popular and operatic genres. Cinque performs regularly in cultural and corporate events.
Comments like the following have been received after performances:

"The best show I`ve seen in a long time". "This show kept me on the edge of my seat". "I`ve got to tell my friends about this Show". "I saw the real Three Tenors in Rome and again in Melbourne and I can honestly say that I enjoyed this Show more". "I`d go and see this show again anytime". "An outstanding tribute.....we were entranced...they sing as Opera singers.....and what`s more they can entertain.....it took all my self control not to join in......I just had to limit myself to conducting......
if you get a chance go and see them"; quotes in a recent write-up posted on the internet by Rev. The Hon. Dr. Gordon Moyes. The Three Tenors Show travels and performs all over Australia and New Zealand. Enquiries have been received from Las Vegas, South-East Asia, India and Athens.

This unique cabaret style show with a touch of light comedy pleases anyone who likes arias, classics, evergreens and modern songs; it`s really quite special.
Lawrence Allen-  Domingo

Lawrence Allen studied music at the Melbourne University Conservatorium of Music and the Victorian College of the Arts. In 1980, he continued his studies in London with Eric Viether and Geoffrey Parsons, participating in a series of BBC televised master classes given by Elizabeth Schwarzkopf. His overseas work included appearances with the English National Opera and Chelsea Opera, London. Since returning to Australia he has performed with the Victorian State Opera, the Australian Opera, the Western Australian Opera and also the New Zealand Opera. Lawrence has sung under the direction of noted conductors, such as Sir Charles Mackerras, Mark Elder, William Reid and Simone Young. He continues to be in demand as an opera and concert performer. He absolutely loves the light humour cabaret style performances with the “Three Tenors Show”.
Angelo Falcone  - Pavarotti

Angelo Falcone is an accomplished compare/singer/cabaret/entertainer.  His career in music began while in his early teens and through tuition in modern and classical singing, he developed a very flexible style, enabling him to tackle a huge variety of music. In his early years as a singer, he was the front man of an international group. The experience as a singer/entertainer led him to other areas such as professional comparing and even acting. Solo Cabaret Performers roles became second hand. His versatility extends from light jazz and rock `n roll, to evergreens, classics and arias. Angelo is the closest known Pavarotti singing look-a-like in the world and has impersonated the famous tenor since 1994. Angelo launched the “Three Tenors Show” in 1998, and since then speared another 7 “Shows” which perform around Australia. The “Music of the Night”, “Classico”, “Around the World”, “Pavarotti Live”, “Pavarotti meets Elvis”, “Pavarotti and Friends”, and the “Many Faces of Angelo” 
Angelo was captured impersonating Pavarotti and placed on YouTube without his knowledge.
Click to see more of Angelo

Gianni Turcio was born in Capri {Italy}. He followed in his fathers footsteps to become a very accomplished pianist, arranger, producer, musical director and teacher. He holds the Associate and Licentiate Diploma in Pianoforte. He has accompanied the cream of Australian entertainers as well as overseas artists. Adding to television work, playing in many film sountracks under the direction of acclaimed composers and various musical commitments, he now, enjoys his part as Musical Director of the “Three Tenors Show”.