For the first time together in a solo show after traveling the whole world alongside Andre Rieu & Johann Strauss Orchestra, The 3 Sopranos Carmen Monarcha, Carla Maffioletti and Mirusia present a unique Concert with a repertoire of their greatest Crossover highlights. An emotional and versatile show uniting all the beautiful melodies from famous operas, Broadway songs, unforgettable cinema soundtracks with a hint of pop and Brazilian music.
Carla Maffioletti has impressed large audiences with a unique vocal range and her powerful super high notes. She’s constantly staring in opera productions of European Theaters, and featured alongside André Rieu all over the world. Her renditions of the famous Mozart’s Queen Of The Night and Offenbach’s Doll are a gift to the public, who delights itself with her ability to go from drama to comedy. When playing her guitar, Carla reveals all her Brazilian charm, sensuality and musicality, surprising and enchanting everyone with her own arrangements for the most beautiful Brazilian Bossa Nova and international songs.
Known internationally as the Angel of Australia for her crystal-clear angelic voice, Mirusia has won audiences all over the world and touched their hearts with the biggest successes of Broadway. Alongside André Rieu her greatest highlights has been the songs from the acclaimed musicals Phantom Of The Opera and Cats. Her rendition of Don’t Cry For Me Argentina from the musical Evita ripped off tears from the Queen of Holland. In this sensational concert, Mirusia surprises the audience with a more pop style, revealing herself in thrilling interpretations of her own songwriting and a vast international repertoire.
With a warm voice and flexible vocal range, Carmen Monarcha delights audiences from all around the world with her versatility and latin temperament. Known for being a true actress on stage, she transits spontaneously through opera, jazz, Brazilian music and international songs, always interacting with the audiences, involving them in each note and in each world. Alongside André Rieu her renditions of Bizet’s Habanera. Puccini’s O Mio Babbino Caro and her tribute to Michael Jackson arouses the emotion in the great public for the last 15 years.