I caught up with Tenor Victor Micallef about the upcoming return to live in performance and the first date at Massey Hall. Two years away has taken a toll on the many touring performers who rely on the proceeds and up-close connection with fans to keep careers in motion. There is a genuine feeling we are about to experience a return to normal yet with a virus still in flux, an improved understanding of how we adjust and live with the unknown. May is a month of hope. This is where the conversation begins.
More on The Tenors:
Award-winning and multi-platinum selling vocal group The Tenors will be returning to the stage this Mother’s Day with their Best of Our Lives show presented by Live Nation and powered by WestJet.
The show will bring The Tenors to the newly renovated Massey Hall in Toronto on May 8th.
Clifton, Fraser, and Victor of The Tenors have been thrilling audiences around the world with their powerful songs, outstanding harmonies, and undeniable charm. Reimagining iconic hits and blending classical music, contemporary pop, classic rock, and folk, the award-winning and multi-platinum selling group have achieved international success, performing thousands of live shows and hundreds of national and international TV appearances on five continents.
The Tenors have graced the stages of many prominent theatres, symphony halls, festivals, and arenas worldwide. They have performed for the last four Presidents of the United States, at the White House Christmas Tree Lighting, for the world leaders at the G20 Summit, and for Her Majesty the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee at Windsor Castle. The group has also had the honour of sharing the stage with some of the biggest names in music including Celine Dion, Paul McCartney, Stevie Wonder, Sarah McLachlan, Sting, Justin Bieber, Andrea Bocelli, Christina Aguilera, Smokey Robinson, and David Foster.