With their ability to cross musical boundaries, Scozzesi's richly varied repertoire will provide something for everyone.
An exciting new vocal male ensemble (quartet or octet) of professional, classically trained singers plus accompanist, Scozzesi (italian for Scottish men) are the latest word in posh boy bands! The singers are all young Scottish men who are already making their mark in the singing world in their solo careers, who will be bringing us an eclectic mix of arias from opera, operetta and Gilbert and Sullivan, songs from the shows, and traditional songs in four part harmony.
"Scozzesi" modestly describe themselves as "A Male Vocal Quartet of Classically Trained Singers", but the delighted audience at their performance in the Old Kirk, Kirkaldy, discovered this was an understatement roughly equivalent to Nicola Benedetti saying she has been taught the violin.
|Gounod||Gloire immortelle from Faust|
|Leoncavallo||O Colombina from Pagliacci|
|Bizet||Au fond du temple saint from Les Pecheurs de Perles|
|Donizetti||Come Paride vezzoso from L'elisir d'amore|
|Faure arr Clarke||Cantique de Jean Racine|
|Donizetti||Ah! mes amis from La fille du Regiment|
|Puccini||Act IV duet from La Boheme|
|Mozart||Der vogelfaenger bin ich ja from Die Zauberfloete|
|Capurro & Di Capua||O sole mio|
|Offenbach||The Gendarmes' Duet from Genevieve de Brabant|
|Gilbert and Sullivan||I am the Pirate King from Pirates of Penzance|
|Gilbert and Sullivan||Faint Heart Never Won Fair Lady from Iolanthe|
|Puccini||Nessun dorma from Turandot|
|Schoenberg / Boublil||Do You Hear the People Sing from Les Miserables|
|Schoenberg / Boublil||Stars from Les Miserables|
|Sondheim||Everybody Ought to Have a Maid from A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum|
|Bock||If I Were A Rich Man from Fiddler on the Roof|
|Rogers and Hammerstein||Nothin' Like a Dame from South Pacific|
|Rogers and Hammerstein||Younger than Springtime from South Pacific|
|and many others|
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