‘Rat Pack of Opera’ trio set to entertain with Ayr’s show next month
A trio of No. 1 classical singers will entertain music lovers in Ayr next month with their stellar new show.
Tenors Unlimited – known as the ‘Rat Pack of Opera’ – teams up with local choir Musichoir to present their show ‘That’s Amoré! at Ayr’s Gaiety Theater on Thursday May 12 as part of their 20th anniversary tour.
The trio – consisting of Scott Ciscon (tenor), Paul Martin (bass-baritone) and Jem Sharples (tenor) – have entertained audiences around the world using talents honed during their previous solo careers in opera and music. theater.
Their clever combination of popular opera, musical theatre, original songs and a touch of humor has seen them perform alongside legends such as Lionel Richie, Beyoncé, Simply Red and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, to name a few. to name a few.
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This year marks the band’s 20th anniversary, having banded together in 2002 with the aim of putting their own spin on the classical genre and redefining the perception of what a 21st century ‘tenor’ could be.
‘That’s Amore: Songs of Love and Laughter’ – which the trio are performing in venues across the UK and US – will take audiences on a journey through some of the most beloved songs of the last century, including numbers by Pavarotti, Lanza, Sting, Bublé and Freddie Mercury.
Also playing are the ever-popular classics ‘The Pearl Fisher’s Duet’ and ‘Nessun Dorma’ mixed with pop favorites such as ‘Barcelona’, ‘Recipe For Love’, ‘Nella Fantasia’ and ‘Everything’.
Other songs include “Always on My Mind” by The King, Elvis Presley, “All I Ask of You” by Andrew Lloyd Webber, “Sound of Silence” by Simon and Garfunkel” and “From Now On” by The Greatest Showman .
And Tenors Unlimited will also be offering songs written by the band themselves to the public.
Jem said: “We want our audience to have an uplifting experience on this show, so we’ve chosen songs of love and laughter – some from our back catalogue, as well as new numbers, old favourites, songs modern pop and others that we’ve written ourselves.
“There is something for every taste.”
“That’s Amore: Songs of Love and Laughter” will take place at Ayr’s Gaiety Theater on Thursday, May 12 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets cost between £18 and £26 and can be purchased via https://www.tenorsunlimited.com/tour
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