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Tenors Un Limited - the Rat Pack of Opera has been Scott's main project and passion for more than 15 years. Founded in 2002, Scott, Jem Sharples (tenor) and Paul Martin (bass/baritone) set out to bring something new and exciting to the world of 'classical crossover' music. The idea was simple - stay true to the melody of some of the world's best loved songs but also incorporate rich harmony to the vocal arrangements. That, combined with a wicked sense of humor makes Tenors Un Limited unlke any other vocal group within the genre.
Based in London, England, the group has travelled the world, entertaining audiences ranging from 20 Lords and Ladies in a castle to 86,000 football fans at Wembley Stadium for the FA Cup final. In addition to live performances, Tenors Un Limited has recorded 3 studio albums, Brand New Day, Viva La Vita and their newest release The Journey. Alongside the standard classical crossover repertoire, the guys also write their own songs, one of which is the title track to the album Viva La Vita (clip below.)
Tenors Un Limited are currently on their new tour 'That's Amoré!' with dates all across the country and will take the show to the US in January & March of 2020. For more information on the group, visit their website: www.tenorsunlimited.com, or click an icon (L.) You can also have a listen and look (below...)
Senza di Te - S. Ciscon
A melancholic love song. The chorus translates to 'I don't know how I will live or breathe without you.'
An original track from their latest album The Journey.
Viva la Vita - J. Sharples
A song about living life & loving those around us. The self-written title track from their second album.
Quando Balliamo (When We Dance) - G. Sumner (STING)
An original take on STING's classic tune and the opening track from their debut album, Brand New Day.
On Tour with Tenors Un Limited
A peek at what the guys get up to on stage...
Make You Feel My Love
LIVE excerpt, filmed at the beautiful Hippodrome Casino in London's Leicester Square.