The Tenors have been thrilling audiences around the world with their powerful songs, outstanding harmonies, and undeniable charm. Clifton Murray, Victor Micallef, and Fraser Walters, (three of the original members), have used their voices to help raise millions of dollars for charities here in Vancouver, in Canada, and across the globe. From the Bulembu Orphanage in Swaziland, VGH, Alberta Children’s Hospital, Gateway for Cancer Research in Arizona, UHN in Toronto, The Katie Piper Foundation in the UK, and so many more, including a new partnership with the Arthritis Society of Canada. With every note, The Tenors including new members Mark Masri and Alberto Urso inspire and unite people from all walks of life through the universal language of music.
The Gemini and Juno award-winning and multi-platinum selling vocal super group have achieved international success, performing thousands of shows around the world. They have performed for 5 Canadian Prime Ministers, 6 US Presidents, The G20 world leaders, and the Royal Family and have been seen on hundreds of TV shows across five continents, including on Oprah with Celine Dion and The NBC Christmas Tree Lighting and Emmy Awards. They recently graced the stages of Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne, The Greek Theatre in Sicily, and they were honoured to perform with LANG LANG AT The Hollywood Bowl, Radio City Music Hall and at London’s Royal Albert Hall
From classical arias to modern pop classics, their harmonies evoke profound emotions, taking listeners on a spellbinding musical adventure. Performing symphony shows and concert tours, for audiences around the world, their distinct sound reimagines iconic hits and blends classical music, contemporary pop, classic rock, folk, and inspired, self-penned original songs. Through their timeless music and unwavering dedication, The Tenors have become not only musical luminaries but also ambassadors of harmony and unity.