It all began in 2002. With a nod to THE 3 Tenors, the guys set out to bring their own take on the popular classical genre and expand the perception of what a 21st century ‘Tenor’ could be.
The idea was simple: choose some of the most iconic songs across a variety of genres, stay true to the melody and incorporate rich harmonies to create their own unique sound. Since then, Scott Ciscon (tenor,) Paul Martin (bass-baritone) & Jem Sharples (tenor) have performed all across the globe and are the UK’s original classical-crossover ‘man-band.’
The clever combination of popular opera, musical theatre, crooner standards and original songs has been the key to their success. That, combined with a wicked sense of humour makes their performance more than just a show and this is clearly apparent when ‘the Rat Pack of Opera’ (as they are also known) takes to the stage.
They are currently performing in theatres across the UK and the US with their new show That's Amoré! which features a number new songs to their repertoire as well as some original pieces.
Past highlights include shows alongside the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Sting, Katherine Jenkins and Lionel Richie. They have also performed at Wembley stadium for the FA Cup final on HM the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee tour, tributes to Sir Bobby Robson, a special one-off concert with Jeff Wayne (War of the Worlds) at the Royal Festival Hall as well as tours throughout the US, UK & Australia.
TV appearances on ITV, the BBC, Sky Sports and BBC Radio 2’s iconic show ‘Friday Night is Music Night’ as well as the release of their 3rd studio album has firmly established Tenors Un Limited as one of the world’s premier classical-crossover vocal groups.
‘…this was pure bliss!’
— Broadway Baby