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2014-01-16

The Ten from 'down under' come to Boerne

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From unassuming beginnings in 1995 to a now platinum record-selling and international touring act, the history of The Ten Tenors has been anything but standard.
The Ten have sold over 3.5 million concert tickets across seven continents, and have four gold and two platinum albums, and two gold and one platinum DVDs. Their unique approach to opera, rock and pop has powered their rise to the top and they have created a unique sound.
Boerne Performing Arts will open their 2014 season with this sizzling Australian musical export allowing Hill Country residents to experience a dynamic live performance featuring a wonderful collection of Broadway's most-loved classics sung by Australia's hottest tenors. "We are so looking forward to having this amazing ensemble in our community!" said Larry Woods of the Boerne Convention and Visitors Bureau.
The Ten Tenors' first United States tour boasts six sold out performances at The Majestic Theater in San Antonio followed by numerous sold out performances with The Dallas Symphony and at Houston's Jones Hall. Boerne Champion Auditorium will offer an intimate setting for their new dynamic show which is a powerful mix of theatrical showstoppers and heart-melting ballads as The Ten break new ground and take on some of the greatest show tunes in the world.
The Ten Tenors will bring their international Broadway tour to Boerne in a powerful performance of songs at 7:30 pm, Monday, Jan. 27 at Boerne Champion High School. Tickets are $30, $40 and $60) and are available by phone at 830-331-9079 or online at www.boerneperformingarts.com.
For a sneak peek, visit BoernePerformingArts.com!


With their unparalleled repertoire, The Ten Tenors have taken their passion for quality music and powerful singing to such venues as London's Royal Albert Hall, The Sydney Opera House, The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles and The Tchaikovsky Hall in Moscow. On Monday, Jan. 27, they will bring open the 2014 season of Boerne Performing Arts.