The Tenors Showcase Their Staggering Harmonies at The Air Canada Centre
Multi-platinum, 2013 Juno-award-winning recording artists, The Tenors, gave their biggest headline show ever at Toronto’s Air Canada Centre. There is no denying that The Tenors are abundantly talented and they demonstrated their vocal prowess at the beautiful show.
The night was full of dedications: “You Are So Beautiful” was delivered in front of LED panels, which played a tribute to The Tenors’ mothers while “My Father’s Son” gave a poignant tribute to The Tenors’ dads. The group members dedicated songs to their wives and kids whom they miss so much while on tour.
The Tenors called upon Doo Doo the Clown to join them on stage to honour him for saving two Toronto women a couple of days ago.
The beautiful staging included a paneled screen displaying images supporting the playlist such as stained glass windows with scenes of peaceful piety, floating candles, soothing water scenes.
The Tenors’ upbeat “Under One Sky” energized the audience to take part in sharing music together.
The Upper Canada College Choir provided strong backup for Micallef’s “Time to Say Goodbye” performance and the classic “Nessum Dorma”.
In another dedication, The Tenors honoured the memory of two amazing singers who would be 80 years old this year: Elvis Presley and Luciano Pavarotti. The Tenors had a lot of fun letting loose while singing their Elvis and Pavarotti mashup.
Remigio Pereira was joined by Juno-Award-nominated Toronto-based guitarist Pavlo for some fiery guitar finger work.
Another highlight of The Tenors at Air Canada Centre was the encore performance of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” where the quiet intimacy of the Tenors’ rendition was especially moving. The arrangement was quite beautiful.
The Tenors – Under One Sky
Running Time: Two and a half hours with one intermission.
The Tenors’ tour continues in Canada this December before they head to America in the new year. Catch their pitch perfect harmonies if you can.