The Ten Tenors
are winning hearts all over the world. In February, Macon will have the opportunity to experience what everyone is talking about. The internationally-acclaimed Australian singing phenomenon comes to The Grand Opera House, a performing arts center of Mercer University, Tuesday and Wednesday, February 21-22 for two shows only! Performances begin at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $40/$36 and can be purchased through Mercer Ticket Sales at (478) 301-5470
or online at thegrand.mercer.edu
Fans in Central Georgia will have an early opportunity to see The Ten Tenors when they make an encore appearance on the Tony Danza Show Monday, January 30. The show airs locally on WPGA 58ABC at 12 noon. (See attached photo.)
From the moment The Ten Tenors burst upon the concert scene in Germany in 2001, their international career was launched. Since then, the classically-trained, all-Australian singing sensation has embarked on a relentless touring schedule with sold-out performances in Europe, Asia and their native Australia. The group has appeared alongside such artists as Rod Stewart, Andrea Boccelli, Alanis Morissette, Willie Nelson and many others.
The Ten Tenors have been seen by more than 77 million people on four continents, selling out shows and winning hearts with their unmistakable charm, camaraderie and vocal prowess in opera, pop, rock and more. From arias to ABBA, their unique style is an unparalleled fusion of artistry, musicianship and comedy.
The Ten Tenors' CD "Larger Than Life" was released in North America in 2004 by Rhino Records with rave reviews. Their concert, taped live in Brisbane, Australia (the Tenors' hometown), has been aired on public television stations throughout the United States and Canada. Their CD "One is Not Enough" reached the "Top 10" in the European pop charts, and they were invited by Disney to record the theme song "Jungle Rhythm" for the film Jungle Book 2 (2003). They have been awarded "Best Artist Pop Meets Classics Award" by the Radio Hamburg Awards and received The Variety Group of the Year Award at the 29th annual Australian Entertainment MO Awards.
For more information about The Ten Tenors
or to download samples of their music, visit www.thetentenors.com
. For tickets and information about the Macon performance, contact Mercer Ticket Sales at (478) 301-5470
or visit thegrand.mercer.edu
The Grand Opera House
, a performing arts center of Mercer University, is a historical 1,000-seat theatre located in downtown Macon, Ga. The Grand brings the very best in live, professional performing arts and entertainment to Central Georgia. In addition to its popular Broadway Series
of nationally-touring productions and its GrandKids Arts Education Series
for elementary, middle and high school students, The Grand hosts a variety of special events throughout the year. It is also home to the Macon Symphony Orchestra and The Nutcracker of Middle Georgia. For a complete schedule of upcoming performances, contact Mercer Ticket Sales at (478) 301-5470
or visit thegrand.mercer.edu
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