The Tenors Tickets
A fabulous Canadian quartet ranked among the fastest rising names in music is about to make its way to the United States for a series of wonderful shows. The Tenors have been a part of the music landscape for a decade and have certainly made their mark during this time. Grab The Tenors tickets and catch these amazing artists live as they get ready to headline their latest tour
The Tenors Venues
- The Tenors National Arts Centre - Southam Hall
- Phoenix Symphony: Matthew Kasper - The Tenors Phoenix Symphony Hall
- National Symphony Orchestra: Steven Reineke - The Tenors Wolf Trap
The Tenors Cities
- The Tenors Ottawa ON
- The Tenors Phoenix AZ
- The Tenors Vienna VA
The Tenors Tickets
- The Tenors, National Arts Centre - Southam Hall tickets for 06/21 08:00 PM at National Arts Centre Southam Hall, Ottawa, ON
- Wed Jun 21 2017
- The Tenors, National Arts Centre - Southam Hall tickets for 06/22 08:00 PM at National Arts Centre Southam Hall, Ottawa, ON
- Thu Jun 22 2017
- National Symphony Orchestra: Steven Reineke - The Tenors, Wolf Trap tickets for 07/15 08:15 PM at Wolf Trap, Vienna, VA
- Sat Jul 15 2017
- Phoenix Symphony: Matthew Kasper - The Tenors, Phoenix Symphony Hall tickets for 01/19 07:30 PM at Phoenix Symphony Hall, Phoenix, AZ
- Fri Jan 19 2018
- Phoenix Symphony: Matthew Kasper - The Tenors, Phoenix Symphony Hall tickets for 01/20 07:30 PM at Phoenix Symphony Hall, Phoenix, AZ
- Sat Jan 20 2018
The Tenors is the manifestation of an idea which was conceived by Jill Ann Siemens. Siemens first thought about forming a new group way back in the year 2003. A succession of trials and tests were conducted that went for a whopping four years. A lot of people came to for the trials but most of them weren’t up to the mark.
The management wanted the group to have nothing but the best talent around. They didn’t stop until they finally found the performers they were on the look-out for. Initially only three people made the cut to become The Tenors, the group also known as "The Canadian Tenors." The three lucky people were Kevin Lavigne, Paul Ouellette and Philip Grant.
The band made their debut as a collection in the year 2004 in Victoria. The next two years were turbulent to say the least as a host of members were cut from the ensemble. Siemens had by that time had enough of that so it was decided that an extensive search of Canada is to be done to finally find the talent that was required.
By the time The Tenors released their first album titled "The Canadian Tenors" in 2005 the line-up consisted of Leon Leontaridis, Joey Niceforo and Craig Ashton. It was two years later than Peter McCutcheon came onboard. The four of them then went on to perform at the Royal Ontario Museum’s inauguration event. McCutcheon however didn’t stay too long and was replaced by Jamie McKnight.
McKnight stuck around for a short while before he left and his place was then taken up by Clifton Murray. The Tenors then released "The Perfect Gift" on 3rd November, 2009. That was the band’s first album focused on the holiday season and it turned out to be an enormous hit. The Perfect Gift captivated the hearts of millions around the country and was certified platinum by Canada’s authority, Music Canada. The band then followed that up with a road trip with David Foster. The Canadian Tenors acted as the opening act on Foster’s concerts and that took their popularity even further.
Later that year The Tenors were awarded the honor of singing the Canadian national anthem at the Grey Cup. The group’s reputation then went across the border to the US and they were invited for an interview on the legendary "The Oprah Winfrey Show." They teamed up with the iconic Celine Dion to perform "Hallelujah."
The Perfect Gift hit the music stores in the United States on 30th October, 2010. It went as high as the number seventh spot on Top Holiday Albums chart. The Tenors then went on to perform at the famous "Canadian Tenors and Friends." The event was dedicated to the holiday season and drew crowds totaling up to a whopping nine hundred and fifty seven thousand people.
On 14th December, 2011 the band made an appearance at "Season of Song," another special program that was viewed by an incredible seven hundred and forty three people. Their next album was titled "Lead With Your Heart" and it was released on 9th October, 2012. The album turned out to be their third straight released to go platinum in their native Canada.
The Tenors have been on a hot roll. They have performed to sell-out crowds in the US as well as Canada to establish themselves as one of the most prominent names in the music industry today. They are on their way to the US once again so book The Tenors tickets and watch them perform on stage live and exclusive.
The Tenors Schedule
Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! The Tenors's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in Ottawa at the National Arts Centre - Southam Hall on 21-Jun-17, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for Vienna at the Wolf Trap on 15-Jul-17. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
|The Tenors||National Arts Centre - Southam Hall||Ottawa, ON||Wed Jun 21 201706/21 08:00 PM|
|The Tenors||National Arts Centre - Southam Hall||Ottawa, ON||Thu Jun 22 201706/22 08:00 PM|
|National Symphony Orchestra: Steven Reineke - The Tenors||Wolf Trap||Vienna, VA||Sat Jul 15 201707/15 08:15 PM|
|Phoenix Symphony: Matthew Kasper - The Tenors||Phoenix Symphony Hall||Phoenix, AZ||Fri Jan 19 201801/19 07:30 PM|
|Phoenix Symphony: Matthew Kasper - The Tenors||Phoenix Symphony Hall||Phoenix, AZ||Sat Jan 20 201801/20 07:30 PM|
|Phoenix Symphony: Matthew Kasper - The Tenors||Phoenix Symphony Hall||Phoenix, AZ||Sun Jan 21 201801/21 02:00 PM|
The Tenors Tickets Prices
The average price for The Tenors Tickets start from $114. The minimum get in price is $38 for The Tenors Tickets at the Wolf Trap, Vienna. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|National Symphony Orchestra: Steven Reineke - The Tenors||Vienna||15-Jul-17||$116||$38|
|Phoenix Symphony: Matthew Kasper - The Tenors||Phoenix||19-Jan-18||$194||$67|
|Phoenix Symphony: Matthew Kasper - The Tenors||Phoenix||20-Jan-18||$178||$43|
|Phoenix Symphony: Matthew Kasper - The Tenors||Phoenix||21-Jan-18||$196||$73|
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