Journey to Highclere Castle with The Sicilian Tenors Featuring Lady Carnarvon DVD

$ 29.98 USD

Filmed in England at the beautiful Highclere Castle, the filming home of the hit "Downton Abbey" TV series and movies, the special features The Sicilian Tenors, the acclaimed international singing sensations, performing some of their classic repertoire along with songs from the early 1900s. The Sicilian Tenors are joined by Lady Fiona Carnarvon, who acts as our wonderful hostess for a tour of Highclere and provides fascinating anecdotes about the castle, the Queen’s visits, and the 5th Earl of Carnarvon. 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.


Carnegie HallComcast NBCUniversalNational Italian American FoundationSociety for the Performing ArtsSan Diego Sicilian FestivalFesta ItalianaRuth Eckerd HallAndiamo ShowroomLas Vegas

“The Three Tenors meets The Rat Pack”
- Joan Rivers

"Just brilliant, what a wonderful act!"
- William Shatner

“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

"The format was fresh and the tenors were in fine tune, delivering on such favorites as "Silent Night," "O Sole Mio,"  "Nessun Dorma" and one of Lanza's biggest hits, "Be My Love." 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, Frederick News Post

“How sweet it was to hear the tenors' velvety voices floating through The Corinthian...”
- Shelby Hodge, The Houston Chronicle

“...Three handsome tenors --- all American born, all of Sicilian ancestry, all good friends of many years, all classically trained -- treated a wildly receptive audience to an interesting mélange of Broadway ("Phantom of the Opera"), opera ("Tosca"), classic Neapolitan songs ("O Sole Mio", et al), popular Sicilian songs, and even a rousing rendition of "God Bless America", that with full audience participation.” 
- Larry Kellum, The Town Times

“It was a magical evening and you guys are to thank!...Amazing performers”
- Kathryn Lott, Society for the Performing Arts

“At the National Italian American Foundation, our crowd is all Italian and very discerning, but the Sicilian Tenors are a
consistent crowd pleaser.  They are a fresh and accessible take on the great Italian musical tradition and they are always in demand at our events.  I give these three gentlemen a lot of credit… they know how to touch the audience!”
- John Viola, President and COO
National Italian American Foundation (NIAF)

"Just a note of great thanks for a wonderful concert last Friday! We received so many positive reviews. One person even commented on how extremely well done even the flow of the show was. How you did upbeat, then quieter, more fun, then more somber choices, etc. They loved it. Please extend our thanks and applause to the entire community that provided the show. I know it may sound corny but it is true that our parish community is a happier, better community because you have lifted us up..."
- Joe Swiss, St John the Evangelist Church - Director of Liturgy

"The Tenors were a perfect fit for the Gala Atmosphere...Our audience enjoyed your incredible talent, the exciting choices of music, and the lively, fun presentation."
- Kristi Simon, HCC Program & Events Manager

“On behalf of myself, our Board of Directors, and a very appreciative audience of well over 500 people, how thrilled everyone was with your performances.  It was a truly wonderful kick-off to our season to have The Sicilian Tenors there with us.  I have heard nothing but kind and flattering words from everyone who passed by me after the performance on Sunday, and also since then, everyone I have talked to, either on the phone or out and about who was there, continue to praise your voices, your personalities, your interactions with the audience, (especially coming off stage and singing to various people), the sing-alongs, Dave's magnificent playing of the piano and his rapport with you guys and the audience, all combined to make the afternoon a truly enjoyable moment in time.”
- Eleanor Klees, Dubois Concert Association


University of Michigan, School of Music - Scholarship Program

Sam Vitale and Aaron Caruso both graduated from the University of Michigan, School of Music.  They are honored to be the sponsors of “The Sam Vitale & Aaron Caruso Neapolitan Song Vocal Competition” which will be held annually at The University of Michigan School of Music, starting in January 2023, and which will honor and promote the great tradition of Neapolitan songs through future generations of singers to come.  If you would like to help show your support, please click this link, and thank you!

The Music Friends

As we continue providing concerts as The Sicilian Tenors, we hope that our visits to schools and children's hospitals as The Amazing Music Friends will be a positive influence in helping children everywhere experience music in an educational and fun way.

The highlight during these classes is the coloring book that we provide each child. In it,  there are educational games, fun drawings, and even places for custom arias we create with the students during the show. Feel free to flip through it here.