Classically trained aussie larrikins David Kidd, Stewart Morris and Andrew Pryor who make up Tenori are bringing their show to the Moncrieff on Wednesday, 10 August.
The performance, which will feature songs from Spain, Cuba, France, Italy, Norway, England, the U.S., and Australia, employs the talents of three of the nation’s powerhouse singers.
Individually they have beautiful voices but together, they sing like the band of brothers they are, with the camaraderie and precision that more than a decade of harmonising with one another can bring.
Tenor David Kidd said the performance would take the audience around the world with a number of songs from opera, music theatre and pop genres to keep everyone entertained.
“The audience will recognise songs from the worlds of opera, music theatre and pop sung by three very big voices,” he said.
“We sing in a number of languages and explore well-known hits whose origins may be lesser known.”
David said those who attend the show should prepare to be entertained, with the group engaging the crowd throughout the 90 minute performance.
“Tenori is a show for everyone,” he said.
“Do not be thrown by the fancy suits or the even fancier name, we have a lot of fun with the crowd and keep the mood very light.
“We are trained opera singers, but we enjoy singing all styles of music in our show, having been harmonising together on and off since the last millennium.”
The three singers are highly versatile artists capable of performing with the simplicity of a single guitar, right through to orchestras and big bands and any combination in between.
You can find out more about Tenori here.
Tickets are available for purchase here.
When: Wednesday, 10 August
Time: 11 am to 12.30 pm
Where: Moncrieff Entertainment Centre
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