Vallejo Festival Orchestra

Three Tenors! – The Next Generation

Saturday, October 28
at 7:30 in the evening

Expect a night of vocal splendor as the Vallejo Center for the Arts brings together three extraordinary young tenors who are set to captivate audiences with their remarkable talent, soaring voices, and electrifying performances!

Three Tenors! – The Next Generation is a tribute to the iconic “3 Tenors” concerts that have captivated the world for decades. Building upon the legendary legacy of Luciano Pavarotti, Plácido Domingo, and José Carreras, this concert celebrates the new generation of talented tenors who are poised to carry the torch forward.

Grammy award-winning conductor Thomas Conlin will direct the magnificent Vallejo Festival Orchestra in a program of popular songs and arias by Verdi, Puccini, Donizetti and other well-known Italian opera composers, along with overtures and choice orchestral excerpts from Tosca, La traviata, La bohème and other audience favorites.

Featuring a wide-ranging repertoire that spans the Golden Age of Italian Opera, this concert will delight opera lovers as well as music lovers from all walks of life. Our three tenors, selected for their exceptional vocal prowess, stage presence, and their ability to seamlessly blend traditional operatic technique with contemporary styles, will create a mesmerizing and unforgettable musical experience.

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Empress Theater

Established 1911

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Empress Theatre

330 Virginia St, Vallejo, CA 94590

Phone: 707-552-2400
Box Office Hours: 

Tuesday 12 - 4pm

Wednesday 4 - 8pm

Thursday 4 - 8pm

Friday 4:30 - 8:30pm

Saturday 4:30 - 8:30pm



Accessibility Information


The Vallejo Center for the Arts (VCA)and the Empress Theatre are committed to
ensuring that all patrons have a wonderful time while they are here! We ask our guests
to conduct themselves in a respectful way in accordance with the code of conduct and
all laws and local ordinances.

The Empress Theatre is located at 330 Virginia Street Vallejo, CA. The theater is
wheelchair accessible from the main entrance.


Wheelchair accessible seating is available in the Orchestra section of the auditorium.
The Empress Theatre does not provide wheelchairs and the staff is not able to assist
patrons in transferring to or from a wheelchair, theater seat, or vehicle; operate
motorized mobility aids such as scooters; or to provide personal attendant services such
as assisting patrons in the restroom, or with similar activities.


Wheelchair-accessible restrooms are located in the lobby of the Empress Theatre.


A wireless FM Assistive Listening System is available for all performances. Headsets
and neck loops with T-coil functionality are available free of charge in the Empress
Theatre lobby (see House Manager). A valid I.D. or credit card is required as a security
deposit and will be returned upon return of the headset.


Patrons of all ages are welcome at our venue and are expected to be considerate of
other patrons in attendance.


Service Animals are welcomed at the Empress Theatre. As of March 15, 2011, only
dogs are recognized as service animals under titles II and III of the ADA. In addition, the
service dog must be individually trained to do work or perform tasks that are directly
related to the person’s disability. Dogs whose sole function is to provide comfort or
emotional support no longer qualify as service animals under the ADA. For more
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The Vallejo Center for the Arts strictly adheres to all local and state laws regarding
alcohol consumption. Wine and beer, along with other assorted beverages, and snacks
may be purchased in the Empress Lounge and at the concession booth in the Empress
lobby. Guests should expect to be carded for appropriate identification.

No outside alcohol is permitted.


Smoking/Vaping and use of tobacco, including e-cigarettes, will be prohibited at the
Vallejo Center for the Arts.


Lost and Found items may be claimed by conducting the Box Office. If you are seeking
lost items, please call 707.552.2400.