- Exhibitions and Shows
- Saturday 18 June
- 2:00pm - 4:30pm
- DRTCC, 155 Darling Street, Dubbo NSW 2830
Adult $79 | Concession $77 | Youth $75 | Group 8+ $75 | Subscribers $75
Magnificent program for 2022 tour. The Australian Tenors’ versatility spans all genres of the classical tenor repertoire.
Five of the best tenor voices in Australia, The Australian Tenors are bringing a sensational program for 2022 along with romance, excitement, warmth and humour to their performance. The concert encapsulates the spirit, the beauty and vocal demand of truly authentic tenor voice.
Audiences are thrilled by the ever-popular classical arias from the popular Operas such as the tenor Trademark Puccini - Nessun Dorma, Verdi’s Anvil Chorus to popular tenor songs from Man of La Mancha, The Impossible Dream – Les Miserables, Do You Hear The People Sing and Neapolitan favourites Funiculi Funicular. The Australian Tenors also delight audiences with songs from hit music theatre productions and their stirring rendition of The Hallelujah Chorus. Beautiful duets are also a part of the program including Phantom of The Opera and The Pearl Fishers.
Proudly Australian, their performance is never complete without delighting audiences with a sing-along of Australiana songs. The ever-popular, Waltzing Matilda, the iconic poem by Dorothea Mackellar, Australia My Country set to music, which evoke love and the spirit of connection, I Am Australian, I Still Call Australia Home, Road To Gundagai among other favourites. This adds a very patriotic musical segment to the performance.
The Australian Tenors unite in this wonderful concert with a dynamic display of true Australian talent with standing ovation at every performance.
The Australian Tenors have performed extensively with Opera Australia, Australian and International Symphonies and Philharmonic Orchestras.
The Australian Tenors are: Murray Mayday, Lorenzo Rositano, John Donohoe, Martin Buckingham and Michael Butchard.
Support vocalist, Opera Australia Soprano and Backed by The Southern Cross Orchestra under the direction of Musical Director & Conductor: Mr Glenn Amer.