Timeless by Tenori

QUT Gardens Theatre

Queensland’s own Tenori (David Kidd, Craig Atkinson and Andrew Pryor) will perform their new show, Timeless, for one night only at QUT Gardens Theatre on Thursday, June 13.

Quickly becoming one of Australia’s most sought-after vocal groups, this powerhouse trio returns to Brisbane bringing their sense of fun and sophistication to enduring classics from the worlds of opera, musical theatre, jazz and anything in between.  

The Queensland tenors first met while touring internationally with Australia’s premier ensemble, The Ten Tenors, performing in amazing venues such as London’s Royal Albert Hall and our very own Sydney Opera House.

Tenori, QUT Gardens Theatre

After some time apart working with Opera Australia, Opera Queensland and some of the country’s best orchestras, the lads reunited as Tenori. Their unique and often cheeky take on classic songs we all know and love has endeared them to audiences all over.    

In Timeless, Tenori will share fresh versions of some of their favourite songs by Verdi, Puccini, Rodgers and Hammerstein, Lloyd-Webber, Simon & Garfunkel and Peter Allen to name a few, backed by a three-piece band, ahead of the release of their new album.

Individually, they have beautiful voices. Together, it's pure magic. Don't miss this.

By Deb Lidster

QUT Gardens Theatre is a valued partner of Must Do Brisbane.com 

Timeless by Tenori

QUT Gardens Theatre

2 George St

Brisbane

Jun 13 7:30pm

$25-36

3138 4455

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