Tuesday, December 8, 2015

The Tenors at First Ontario Place

Friday night's performance of The Tenors at First Ontario Place proved to be a delightful evening full of stellar performances and variety. The song list included songs from the Christmas season, as well as contemporary music and originals. The Tenors were fun to watch and their on stage banter added a element of comedy and warmth. They provided context to song choices and the stories behind the songs made them all the more charming. From grand arrangments and performances from the big stage, to more intimate offerings on a smaller stage that was set up on the audience floor, the Tenors delivered each piece with precision and warmth. 

The evening flew by as the audience was entranced by The Tenors. Truly a band who knows how to hold an audience's atention. The concert was rewarding in every way, and is highly recommended by The Hamiltonian. If you get a chance to catch The Tenors, our advice is to do so. To learn more about The Tenors and future performances, click here

1 comment:

  1. I attended this concert and thought they were better than Il Divo. Just disappointed that they dropped the word Canadian from the name of their group. They were very engaging with the audience. I would like them play at Hamilton Place. Not a great fan of Copps (opps - the First Ontario Place).



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