Ten of the best tenors are coming to Gladstone
THE Ten Tenors make up 10 voices that could sing a house down.
More than 90 million people worldwide have witnessed the harmonious sound of the Ten Tenors, with Gladstone set to get a taste on April 23 at the Gladstone Entertainment Convention Centre.
The Ten Tenors respectfully tip their hats not only to the great classical tenors and composers, but also contemporary music's most popular artists.
Pulse caught up with vocalist Scott Muller whose first performance was in front of 50,000 people in Warsaw, Poland for the opening of the UEFA Cup.
Here's what he had to say:
Tell us a bit about yourself?
I am 30, from the Gold Coast and will be the lone Queensland Tenor on this tour. I have a Bachelor of Music from the Queensland Conservatorium and have studied Music Theatre at New York University.
Give us a rundown of your typical show.
I enjoy the calm before the storm. Then as the curtain opens, although the songs are the same, it is a different show every night. There's no other job like it.
Have you been to Gladstone before?
Not since I visited as a child on a family holiday. I am very excited.
Tickets to the show are $79.80 and doors open at 6.30pm. Head to the GECC website to buy a ticket.