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Vittorio Grigolo on getting young people to the opera / The Wall Street Journal interview

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Vittorio Grigolo is the tenor of the moment. The 37-year-old Italian first made a name for himself singing the key role of Rudolfo in "La Bohème" at the Metropolitan Opera in New York in 2010 and since then has become the important young male face of the opera world. The former Sistine Chapel chorister will end his summer tour with a return to the 13,000-seat Arena di Verona. He will play Romeo in Charles Gounod's "Roméo et Juliette" based on Shakespeare's timeless love story. READ THE FULL Wall Street Journal INTERVIEW.