According to LivingInPeru.com, the two will sing a diverse lineup of ballads, pop tunes and rock music. Many of the songs to be performed were composed by the Puerto Rican songwriter Cuco Peê±a, who is scheduled to conduct the orchestra during the concert.
"I started out singing pop music in places like La Estaci‹n de Barranco — much like Gian Marco," the website quotes Florez as saying. "Despite singing a little of everything in those days, I did not have any contact whatsoever with classical music back then. I was practically raised on pop music, so there will not be a problem going back to that style."
Fl‹rez will reportedly return to Peru next April to sing in Verdi's Rigoletto.