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Seven Irish Tenors at Hawke's Bay Opera House

The Seven Irish Tenors at Hawke's Bay Opera House on 10 May 2013

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THE SEVEN IRISH TENORS originated in Dublin more than a decade ago with the sole intent of showcasing to the world the finest young exponents of Irish singing.

As time has evolved personnel in the troupe have changed, with many international performers of Irish descent joining the company to continue the tradition of Irish tenor singing that focuses on purity of voice. Under the tutelage of the Producer of the world-famous Irish dance company, Spirit Of The Dance, the company now boasts a pool of Irish tenors who, when playing large arenas are expanded to twelve performers.

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In this 2-hour concert performed entirely by THE SEVEN IRISH TENORS, you’ll be thrilled to hear Irish favourites such as “Danny Boy”, “The Rose Of Tralee”, “MacNamara’s Band”,”Phil The Fluter’s Ball”, “Galway Bay” and “When Irish Eyes Are Smiling”, as well as more contemporary songs like “You Raise Me Up”, “We Are The Champions”, and favourites such as “You’ll Never Walk Alone” “The Rhythm Of Life” and “Bridge Over Troubled Water”. There’s even some fabulous Beatles songs including “Hey Jude”– all performed by young, handsome, sparkling performers much acclaimed in Europe. And of course there wouldn’t be a show without “O Sole Mio”, “Funiculi, Funicula” and the spine-tingling “Nessun Dorma”!

As the International Post wrote after experiencing THE SEVEN IRISH TENORS - “they are simply breathtaking”

Other accolades include “If you like ‘Il Divo’, you’ll love this show” – The Sun
“From Rock to Opera, from Pop to Classic Broadway. Young, sexy guys with great looks and amazing voices.
The audience loved every minute of this tremendous show”
– New York Times

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OH WHAT A NIGHT! - limited seats still available
Direct from Las Vegas, Oh What a Night! is a show that celebrates the hits of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons in an entertaining format that internationally has had the audiences singing along, clapping and cheering for more.


The four seasoned performers – George Solomon, Richard Wojnowski, Brandon Albright and Paul Holmquist not only sing the hits and hit the high notes for which Franki Valli is famous; they also dance expertly and entertain with humorous banter in the great Vegas tradition. This award-winning 2 hour tribute show covers the gamut from earlier hits such as Sherry, Rag Doll and Walk Like a Man, through to 1970s favourites Who Loves You, and Grease, as well as the more melodic love songs, Can’t Take My Eyes Off You and My Eyes Adored You

OH WHAT A NIGHT! at Hawke's Bay Opera House 11 March 7.30pm

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