1. Charlie Siem
2. Noah Stewart
3. Ray Chen
4. Stjepan Hauser
5. Luka Šulić
6. Jonas Kaufmann
7. Andreas Ottensamer
8. Diego Matheuz
9. Ed Lyon
10. Hoang Pham
What he sounds like: Hear him play Beethoven's Sonata Pathétique.
Why he's classically hot: You need a classical cutie that can take care of you, and Pham definitely understands the importance of the green. While he enjoyed getting his masters degree, he notes that "musicians are educated to be musicians; they’re not educated to make money and that’s a pity because I think both need to go hand in hand.”
11. Philippe Jaroussky
12. Philippe Quint
What he sounds like: Hear him play Sibelius' Violin Concerto in D minor.
Why he's classically hot: Quint really knows how to go deep... into the music he's playing. He said that "the notes on the page are just the surface of the music — you have to always dig deeper and deeper and the great music always gives you an opportunity to... go further than just the music on the page."
13. Philippe Sly
Instrument: Voice (bass-baritone)
What he sounds like: Hear him sing Schubert's "Der Erlkönig."
Why he's classically hot: This Canadian barihunk's voice is sure to get you all hot and bothered. His voice "... rings like silver in the upper register, the middle shines like gold, and his bass is firm as iron."
14. Charles Castronovo
15. Vittorio Grigolo
16. Juan Diego Flórez
Instrument: Voice (tenor)
What he sounds like: Hear him sing "Ah! mes amis, quel jour de fête!" from Donizetti's La fille du régiment.
Why he's classically hot: Flórez knows that keeping that hot bod in shape also improves his singing. He says he feels he sings better if he's "been playing a lot of tennis or football."
17. Merlijn Twaalfhoven
18. Amadéus Leopold
19. Zuill Bailey
What he sounds like: Hear him play Bach's Suite for Solo Cello No. 1 in G Major Prelude.
Why he's classically hot: Bailey knows how to give good head, especially to a cello. When he was four, his love affair with the instrument started when he "literally ran into a cello backstage" headfirst.