Il Volo's Una Notte Magica tribute to the Three Tenors will air on PBS this fall

By Jeff Nelson
September 28, 2016 11:15 AM

Il Volo is set to pay homage to their idols.

The Italian classical pop trio will honor The Three Tenors in an upcoming concert special set to air on PBS this fall, and PEOPLE has an exclusive first look at their soaring live performance of the Spanish tune “Granada.”

In July, Il Volo played a concert in Italy at the Piazza di Santa Croce in Florence alongside Plécido Domingo, one of the original Three Tenors. The performance, Notte Magica: A Tribute to The Three Tenors, will be available for download and on CD and DVD Friday.

Comprised of Gianluca Ginoble, Piero Barone and Ignazio Boschetto, Il Volo came to fame in 2009, winning the Italian singing competition Ti lascio una canzone. Since signing a U.S. recording contract the following year, the “popera” trio has traveled the world on international tours, opened for the legendary Barbra Streisand and played on everything from Today and Good Morning America to The Tonight Show.

Il Volo will kick off their latest tour in the spring of 2017.