Juan Diego Flórez

Jan 31, 2023


Peruvian tenor Juan Diego Flórez brings his signature virtuosity, elegance and boundless charm to a selection of favorite opera arias and songs, accompanied by pianist Vincenzo Scalera. Find out why Opera News likened his voice to “the engine in a Porsche 911; when you hear it, you know you’re in the presence of something finely tuned and luxurious.”

Preconcert Dining

Enhance your concert experience by dining at the Thomas Club, located on the ninth floor of Symphony Center with sweeping views of Lake Michigan. View the menu | Make a reservation through Tock

Latino Alliance

The CSO Latino Alliance will host a preconcert networking event and discussion with WFMT's Oliver Camacho. Tickets required for entry. Learn more at CSO Latino Alliance.

Program to include

La speranza più soave from Semiramide


Questa o quella from Rigoletto


Ah! lève-toi soleil from Roméo et Juliette


Torna ai felici dì from Le Villi

and selections by Gluck, Carissimi, Bellini, Tosti, Donizetti, Verdi and others

Tu, ca non chiagne! [Encore]

Mendoza Y Cortés

Cielito Lindo [Encore]


La flor de la canela (fragment) [Encore]


Cucurrucucú Paloma [Encore]


Nessun dorma from Turandot


This performance is made possible with the generous support of William R. Jentes.

Flórez Sings Mozart

Juan Diego Flórez’s acclaimed discography highlights his mastery of the bel canto repertoire. More recently, he has turned his attention to the music of Mozart. Find his most recent Mozart recording, hailed by BBC Music Magazine as “a superb and splendid achievement,” and other highlights from his fabled career at the Symphony Store. Available for a limited time while supplies last.

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