In an inspirational performance full of energy and excitement, The Tenors took center stage at the Auditorium Theatre (50 E Congress Pkwy) on Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 12, 2013, in Chicago. 

With electrifying performance The Tenors delivered one of the best shows I have seen by any group  in a long time while bringing the audience to their knees, as they performed songs from their new album Lead With Your HeartThe new album debuted at #1 on the Billboard crossover charts and stretches the boundaries of classical crossover by combining timeless songs and modern hits. 

From Bob Dylan’s “Forever Young” and Elton John’s “Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word” to the inspirational anthem “Amazing Grace” and one of the most recognizable and heroic Tenor arias, “Nessun Dorma”, the diverse track list is a mix of pop favorites and classical staples along with new compositions written and co-written by The Tenors. 

 “The Auditorium is always trying to expose our audiences to diverse and innovative programming,” said Auditorium Theatre Executive Director Brett Batterson. 
Since their inception only five years ago, The Tenors have had over 600 performances, thrilling audiences around the world with their powerful voices and memorable melodies.  Their blend of classical music, contemporary pop and undeniable charm has garnered them international success with music lovers of all ages. The Tenors have performed worldwide and shared the stage with legendary artists such as Andrea Bocelli, Celine Dion (on the Oprah show) Sting, and Paul McCartney, to name a few.  

More recently, The Tenors were featured performers on two primetime international broadcasts: The Emmy Awards live from Los Angeles and The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations from Windsor Castle in the UK, where The Tenors performed for Her Majesty.
Confirmed cities for the US Tour thus far include:

05.12.2013      Chicago, Illinois                       Auditorium Theatre

05.15.2013      Detroit, Michigan                  Music Hall

05.19.2013      Denver, Colorado                    Paramount Theatre

05.31.2013      San Diego, California              Balboa Theatre

06.01.2013      Los Angeles, California           Greek Theatre

06.02.2013      Las Vegas, Nevada                 Smith Center

06.08.2013      Wichita, Kansas                      The Orpheum

06.09.2013      Des Moines, Iowa                   Des Moines Civic Center

06.12.2013      San Francisco, California        The Palace of Fine Arts

06.14.2013      Minneapolis, Minnesota         The Auditorium at the Minneapolis Convention Ctr.

06.15.2013      Indianapolis, Indiana               Murat Theatre        

06.16.2013      Cleveland, Ohio                      Playhouse Square

06.19.2013      Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania       Benedum Center

06.21.2013      Vienna, Virginia                      Wolf Trap

06.22.2013      Boston, Massachusetts           Symphony Hall

06.23.2013      Newark, New Jersey             NJ Performing Arts Center

06.26.2013      Atlanta, Georgia                    Symphony Hall

06.28.2013      Dallas, Texas                           Winspear Opera House

06.29.2013      Houston, Texas                       Bayou Music Center 

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