BroadwayWorld.com | Toronto, ON – After thrilling audiences around the U.S. and abroad, The Texas Tenors are making their Canadian debut with their acclaimed RISE LIVE ON TOUR concert to
Toronto’s world-renowned Royal Conservatory of Music’s Koerner Hall, 273 Bloor Street W, Tuesday, March 27th, at 7:30 PM.
Billboard #1 recording artists and three-time Emmy Award-winners, The Texas Tenors present an unforgettable musical experience the whole family can enjoy. Their one-of-a-kind show features an array of country, classical, inspirational, gospel and Broadway tunes – from Puccini to John Denver to the Righteous Brothers to Bruno Mars and more. As one critic noted, The Texas Tenors’ sound is as large and beautiful as Texas itself.
Since their whirlwind debut nine years ago on NBC-TV’s America’s Got Talent, The Texas Tenors have accumulated a long list of awards, accolades and an enthusiastic fan base. The Texas Tenors have also been featured entertainers in Las Vegas showrooms, at The American Cinematheque Awards, NBA Games, and The White House, to name a few. They have performed more than 1500 concerts around the world, and have collaborated with some of the most prestigious symphonies in the U.S.
Their latest album, RISE, debuted at #1 on the Billboard Classical Chart, and #5 on the Country Albums chart and helped earn them the title of #10 Classical Crossover Artist of 2017. Currently, PBS is airing their second special of the same name across the country.
Backing the trio will be the Three Bottle Band whose members have performed with the likes of Andy Williams, Kenny Chesney, The Righteous Brothers and Glen Campbell.
Koerner Hall is one of North America’s most beautiful and acoustically superb concert halls, where The Royal Conservatory presents the greatest jazz, classical, roots, and world music performers from all over the globe.
Tickets start at $45 and can be purchased by calling Koerner Hall’s Box Office at: 416.408.0208 or by visiting their website: https://www.rcmusic.com/tickets/seats/60603?spektrix_bounce=true