Former Ten Tenors members David Kidd, Craig Atkinson and Andrew Pryor now make up Tenori, and they'll present some musical favourites at Ipswich Civic Centre on Friday, 25 August.
The three powerhouse Queensland singers will be more than ably accompanied by the Ipswich City Big Band, which formed in 2004 and received rave reviews when they performed with jazz vocalist, Emma Pask, at Ipswich Civic Centre last year.
Tenori, who first met when they toured with the Ten Tenors, will bring an eclectic array of music to their enraptured audience - from classics to opera, musical theatre, jazz and anything in between.
Whether it's Puccini, Elvis or Bublé, these guys put their own unique stamp on it. They're sophisticated, they're fun and they're lovers of beautiful music. They also display heart-warming camaraderie and impressive harmonising precision on stage, courtesy of working together for more than a decade.
This is guaranteed to be a great night out, made all the more perfect with a scrumptious two-course meal which is included in the ticket price. Drinks are available to purchase at the bar.
By Vicki Englund