Two young choir boys sing the classic “Duetto buffo di duegatti” (roughly: “humorous duet for two cats” in English) from Gioachino Rossini’s 1876 opera “Otello” before a packed concert hall. And the audience really can’t help but laugh as soon as they hear what comes out of these boys’ mouths. Within seconds, the crowd starts giggling and their laughter only gets louder. But the boys handle the situation with surprising grace. Talk about professionals, despite their young age!
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