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The Ten Tenors is an Australian band that was formed in 1995 by a group of University opera students from the Queensland Conservatorium of Music in Brisbane. They joined their hand and toured the whole of Australia by performing in local clubs, universities and other countryside places. At that time it was only a matter of providing themselves with enough of pocket money.
If we look at the credentials of the same band today, it is really surprising to find out a long list of successful numbers and the tours all around the world including Europe, Canada and United States. They are ever popular in their native country. The group's ability to mix classical, rock, and opera with an innate charisma and charm that is distinctly Australian has resulted in the award-winning collections One Is Not Enough, Larger Than Life, Tenology, and 2006's Here's to the Heroes.
After its creation the band used to tour all of the Australia and it made a great impact on their musical diversity, Although their dialect is purely Australian but their international appeal has been increasing ever since the Ten Tenors created and performed their first full-length show in 1998, while still full time students, and were undertaking an intensive touring schedule in Australia before the completion of that academic year.
The Ten Tenors have been a committed musical tour de force ever since an appearance at the Eurovision Grand Prix de la Chanson in Kiel, Germany, where they provided the audience with a breathtaking medley of the evening's finalist's work, that the Ten Tenors came to the attention of the international community. In 2002, The Ten Tenors leapt to international attention as the surprise guest artists at the Eurovision Grand Prix de la Chanson held in Kiel, Germany.
The group has performed a diverse repertoire in concerts and on their albums bu using different instruments and the native Australian tunes. Nobody could ever assume their success in such a way as they are platinum record-selling album holders at present. They had got the immense success by the act of wisely playing the music at the festival in Germany. They have done heroic works by striding through the classical tenor repertoire, swaying through the ballads of the Neapolitan crooners, and highlighting their youth with critically acclaimed performances of rock classics, The Ten Tenors and their definite Australian charisma has captured the hearts of millions of fans worldwide.
They had been traveling all around the globe for almost ten months in each year. They have the biggest of shows in European and Asian countries after making a very successful; tour of Germany. They have made their entry in the US market with a definite bang. In 2006, The Ten Tenors embarked on their most ambitious album project to date. Recorded in studios in Australia, the US and London's famed Abbey Road Studios, Here's To the Heroes is now available in 27 countries around the world.
They do not have their parallel at present, The Ten Tenors have taken their passion for energetic performance with an equal emphasis on the high quality singing has led them to the venues as London's Royal Albert Hall, the Sydney Opera House, The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
The Ten Tenors
The Ten Tenors is an Australian musical group that had risen from their university operas, recitals and concerts to a big success after their graduation from the university. The group is generally known as TTT.
They have a strong touring profile of other regions like Europe and the US. An understanding and musical combination that developed during the college days paid dividend. During their final year at the Conservatorium, the Ten Tenors created a show that was fun, yet full of music liked by every audience.
The wonderful arrangements shown by the group with quality voices was a self evident of their powerful performance their. They have taken a risk of touring Australia cities and other places without the permission of their University, but the risk was very helpful for TTT and they were well known by the time they leave the University.
With diversity in their concert and music they have growing recording career and their albums like Queen standards including Bicycle Race, Bohemian Rhapsody, and Who Want to Live Forever, a Bee Gees medley and, ABBA's Dancing Queen, and switch gears mid-set performing opera tunes and native Australian tunes. The album Here's to the Heroes is heavily influenced by the music of Johan Berry with high success in most part of the Europe, Asutralia and the US in 2006.
Drew Graham, a member of TTT, explained the group in these words; In the early days we had a appealing conventional compilation, so we had fun with it and our audience, to make the more traditional classics appealing to a contemporary audience. And they loved it! I guess we have realized that was our point of difference - any group of classically trained singers can perform arias, but we wanted to do more than that?
In other words this can be assessed as the strong unity and commitment of the group with different point of views. Even their audiences were too clear about The Ten Tenors. In 2002, when they launched onto the international platform as new guest artists at the Eurovision Grand Prix Grammy, they have enjoyed an un-matched tour and success. This accomplishment has set the stage for their sold-out performances in Europe, the United States, Canada, Asia, and Australia.
Year after year their performance graph was rising and 2004 saw an enormous triumph for The Ten Tenors as they have sell out shows in Australia, Europe and North America, as well as the release of their fifth album Larger than Life. The album was another success to the group and it has ensured the continuation of their musical fusion between classical tradition and original flair.
The next year (2005) was a landmark year for The Ten Tenors as they achieve the platinum sales status with the best album of Tenology. This year too, The Ten Tenors had toured through Australia, Asia, Europe and North America with outstanding performance.
Their brand new album, Heres to the Heroes was very popular in 2006. This highly anticipated new album skin tone tracks by film score icon John Barry and his celebrated lyricist partner Don Black, and was recorded in studios around the world, including Londons famous Abbey Road Studios.
In 2007, The Ten Tenors have toured many countries other then performaing in all big cities of Australia. 'A Day On the Green' winery spectaculars, in Queensland, New South Wales and Perth was the salient point of their tour. Other countries which they visted were the USA, Germany and New Zealand during that last few years. During 2007, the group conducted their premiere tours of South Africa and France which was very successful.
For the first time in 2008, The Ten Tenors have toured Scandinavia Region, Korea and Russia and an extensive Spainish tour. They were in Germany last month for their Heres to the Heroes.
In 2008 TTT had announced the appointment of new group members Luke Kennedy and Josh Piterman who joined The Ten Tenors in their rehearsals in Brisbane. And they did not announce only this new appointment but the departure of Shannon Brown and Liam McLachlan at the same time.
Shannon was very popular member of TTT around the world. He had joined the group in 2003 after completing his education at the school. While continuing friendship and commitment with TTT, he is now working on solo projects. In spite of his new project, he had not ruled out a return to the group in the future.
Shannon Brown has recently called TTT an unusual combination of voices in an interview. Conventional musical groupings dont deal exclusively with The Ten Tenors - so the things were doing with our arrangements and with our original compositions are focused on exploring the capacity of the voice, in the areas of variety, ensemble, and musical expression.
We find the challenge of balancing opposing musical and concert elements very stirring! added Shannon Brown, the groups Musical Director. That might be the main difference of opinion between him and other members of TTT that lead to this new development.
Some members are very vital for the group and Liam McLachlan is one of them. He has been a member of the group since 2004. Recognized for his powerful vocal delivery, Liam McLachlam has a new destination in Los Angeles to spend more time with his wife and then to trail his trance of an operatic career.
It might not be the biggest and it might not be the most popular group of Australia, but it is clear that The Ten Tenors have supporters from Australia to Canada and from UK to Russia. Probably they are the busiest music group of the world. Those who got the chance to enjoy their performance could never forget the thrill and passion of The Ten Tenor.
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