Why See The Tenors?
Enjoy Christmas in melodic style with this band of three impressive vocalists as they bring you Christmas Together. Comprising of Clifton Murray, Fraser Walters and Victor Micallef, The Tenors entice audiences with their blend of classical music and contemporary pop as they deliver powerful performances and outstanding harmonies for audiences around the world.
On this brand new tour the Tenors perform songs from their latest album entitled Christmas Together, blending the old favorites with some contemporary hits The Tenors will get you ready for Christmas in no time. Special musical numbers include a pure acapella rendition of the God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen with the JUNO Award winner Johnny Reid.
Since their formation in 2008, The Tenors have sold over one million albums worldwide, performed nearly one thousand shows on five different continents and made over 150 television appearances. To add to their impressive stats their four studio albums have achieved multi-platinum certification.
Performance date: 23 December 2018
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The Tenors were incredible. Their voices were uplifting and enchanting.... more
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