Tenors UnLimited

Tenors UnLimited

The Rat Pack of Opera

Synopsis

After touring the United States and performing with Jeff Wayne at the Royal Festival Hall, the group produced their third album. Seeing themselves as opera’s ‘Rat Pack,’ the tenors’ repertoire strays from Summertime to an arrangement of Sting’s When We Dance. They sing to tracks, with a small band or a full orchestra.

Biography

Tenors UnLimited - The Rat Pack of Opera - use talents honed in their previous solo careers in the opera, theatre and recording worlds. They set out to bring their own unique blend of wit, charm and vocal arrangements - along with original compositions - to the classical crossover genre.

During the past nine years they have entertained audiences throughout the world and are proud to have secured worldwide distribution for their album The Rat Pack of Opera featuring Sento, Summertime & Time to Say Goodbye, as well as Brand New Day which includes the self-penned title track and begins with their own arrangement of Sting's When We Dance.

Scott, Paul and Jem have performed alongside such notables as Sting, Hayley Westenra, Lionel Ritchie, Simply Red, Daniel and Natasha Bedingfield, soul diva Beyoncé, The Opera Babes and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. In 2009, the guys had the honour of singing at the memorial service for the football legend, Sir Bobby Robson and on 14 May 2011 they sang live at Wembley Stadium for the FA Cup Final.

Additionally, appearances on Friday Night is Music Night (BBC Radio 2,) Top of the Pops, SKY & ITV Sport and a UK tour have firmly established the boys as one of the world's premier classical crossover groups.

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