One of Australia’s biggest musical exports The TEN Tenors have Christmas all wrapped up, announcing a 2016 tour and launching a new video which puts their unique spin on Mariah Carey’s Christmas classic ‘All I Want For Christmas Is You’ in aid of the Children’s Hospital Foundation.
The clip shows the Tenor’s take on Christmas shopping, as they take over their local Woolworths supermarket, stack their trolleys, harmonise through the aisles and have fun with staff and customers, bringing some cheek to a holiday classic.
The track is lifted from the “Our Christmas Wish” CD which is available across Australia with proceeds being donated to the Children’s Hospital Foundation. The fourteen track album is set to become a modern holiday classic with lush orchestral arrangements backing some of Australia’s finest vocal performances, bringing new life to both traditional and modern carols. The Tenors have also announced their “Power of TEN” national tour for 2016 taking in dates across Australia, the perfect gift for any music lover.
The Power of TEN is a celebration of the exhilarating and unique sound for which The TEN Tenors are now world-renowned. In this spectacular new show, The TEN Tenors take on the most dynamic songs in the world, soaring through classical arias and giving rock anthems that special tenorial treatment.
The TEN Tenors are undoubtedly one of Australia’s most successful touring entertainment groups of all time, with more than 90 million people witnessing their unmistakable charm, camaraderie and vocal power over 16 years of sell-out performances across the globe.
The group has redefined contemporary opera, proving that ‘the Vocal Wonder from Down Under’ can sing anything, with beloved classics by Puccini, Rossini and Verdi sitting alongside modern hits from artists as eclectic as Michael Jackson, David Bowie, U2, Queen and Bruno Mars.
WATCH ‘ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS IS YOU’ NOW:
THE TEN TENORS
‘POWER OF TEN’
NATIONAL TOUR 2016
For ticketing details, visit www.thetentenors.com
February 12 & 13: Regal Theatre – Perth WA
April 13: Mackay Entertainment Centre – Mackay QLD
April 14: Pilbeam Theatre – Rockhampton QLD
April 15: Moncrieff Entertainment Centre – Bundaberg QLD
April 16: Brolga Theatre – Maryborough QLD
April 17: The Events Centre – Caloundra QLD
April 20: Festival Theatre – Adelaide SA
April 21: Hamer Hall, Victorian Arts Centre – Melbourne VIC
April 22: Theatre Centre – Canberra ACT
April 24: The Star Events Centre – Sydney NSW
April 30: QPAC Concert Hall – Brisbane QLD
May 4: Townsville Civic Centre – Townsville QLD
May 5: Empire Theatre – Toowoomba QLD