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Tuesday Tune: ‘The Impossible Dream’ by The Ten Tenors

February 4, 2014

“Most people think classical music and rock are at opposite ends of the spectrum. The Ten Tenors are not most people.”

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The Ten Tenors kick off their U.S. tour in Tulsa, Okla.

The Ten Tenors is Australia’s group of premier male vocalists who have been touring the world and singing together for nearly 20 years. The hit group from Down Under just kicked off its 2014 U.S. tour “On Broadway” and is coming to Knight Theater Monday, March 31. The Ten Tenors put their spin on Broadway classics from musicals like Jersey Boys, The Sound of Music, West Side Story and more!

Playing more than 250 shows per year and selling more than an outstanding 3.5 million concert tickets, The Ten Tenors started as a group of college friends looking to make some extra cash and slowly morphed into the world-renowned act it is today. The average age of the group is 26, but don’t be fooled — their resumes resemble those of seasoned performers.

Check out the video below for a taste of The Ten Tenors with their version of “The Impossible Dream” from Man of La Mancha. The song has been covered by legendary artists Frank Sinatra and Luther Vandross. Watch to see how The Ten Tenors stack up!

The Ten Tenors are unique in the fact that they continually tip their hats to their classical backgrounds while maintaining the sound and performance of rock stars. If you’re looking for something more upbeat, check out this medley of hits from the 1980s!

Don’t miss The Ten Tenors on Broadway at Knight Theater at Levine Center for the Arts, March 31 at 7:30 p.m. It’s sure to be a good time packed with all of your favorite Broadway hits … and then some. Buy tickets now, mate!

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