A Very Tenori Christmas

Next date: Friday, 17 December 2021 | 07:30 PM to 09:30 PM

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Merry Christmas

Three of Australia's favourite tenors wish you a Merry Christmas in their own, inimitable style. 

The lads will take you through some of their best-loved songs and carols; O Holy Night, The Christmas Song, Holly Jolly Christmas, with many laughts and Christmas surproses thrown in. For the scrooges, they'll throw in some of their opera and music theatre favourites too. 

David Kidd, Stewart Morris and Andrew Pryor met while toruing internationally with The Ten Tenors; performing in venues such as London's Royal Albert Hall, The Pantages Theatre in LA and the Sydney Opera House. After some time apart working with Opera Australia, Opera Queensland and many of the country's finest orchestras, they are back together doing what they do best. 

In the last four years Tenori have established themselves as a national touring force, travelling the length and breadth of Australia, performing on the iconic Queen Mary 2 and sharing the stage with the likes of Emma Pask, Marina Prior and James Morrison. 

David, Craig and Andrew are known for their stylish, unique and often hilarious takes on songs from the worlds of Opera, Music Theatre, Pop and Jazz. Individually, they have beautiful voices. Together they sing like the band of brothers they are, with the camaraderie and precision that more than a decade of harmonising together can bring. 

These three larrikins have known each other long enough to consider themselves family. The sort of family you actually want to spend Christmas with! 

Tenori have perfected an entertaining mashup of Opera, Music Theatre and Jazz. The Australian. 

When

  • Friday, 17 December 2021 | 07:30 PM - 09:30 PM

Location

Redcliffe Entertainment Centre, Downs Street, Redcliffe 4020  View map

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