Considered the Rat Pack of opera, Tenors Un Limited will be performing at Richmond Theatre on 26 September to benefit the Holly Lodge Centre
Tenors Un Limited, dubbed the ‘Rat Pack’ of Opera and patrons of the Holly Lodge Centre in Richmond Park, will perform on Friday, 26 September, at Richmond Theatre, with 10% of all proceeds going to support the Holly Lodge Centre. It’s all part of the group’s UK-wide autumn tour.
‘We are really pleased with this show,’ says Tenor Scott Ciscon. ‘The audience will love our versions of Something’s Coming from West Side Story and Bob Dylan’s Make you Feel my Love; as well as popular classical must haves, Nessun Dorma and O Sole Mio, alongside some self- penned titles.’
Scott, Jem and Paul, who have been performing together for 12 years, are dedicated to delivering a diverse program, infused with fun and personality.
‘This show is really unique for two reasons,’ comments Jem Sharples, another of the Tenors. ‘First, we will be raising money for the Holly Lodge Centre which offers children – particularly those with special needs – the chance to experience our beautiful Richmond Park in a fun and educational way. And also this concert is giving me my first opportunity to perform with my daughter, who is a member of the fabulous new Surbiton-based Arnould Girls Choir directed by Rebecca Gresson. I heard them singing at the Richmond Music Festival this year and was amazed at their pure sound and beautiful harmonies. I thought we must sing with them if we get the chance – and here’s the chance since they’ll join us on stage in Richmond.’