The Tenors Sing Hallelujah
Megan Mayer 2/6/2016
In the Jahrhunderthalle, a convention center located in Frankfurt, Germany, this famous Australian music ensemble sings a classic Leonard Cohen song. As the lights fall on each of them, they perform solo, but then come together to combine their voices in lovely harmonies.
The Ten Tenors has toured the world since it was formed in 1995. No matter the country or language, everyone can appreciate their talent and enjoy their reimagining of modern classics, as well as other genres from operatic arias to Broadway hits. Here they sing “Hallelujah”, written by Leonard Cohen in 1984.
Although their members may change over time, the Ten Tenors still command an audience with their presence, as they are all very skilled. In soft blue lighting they seem almost angelic as they sing. Whether on their own or as a group, these tenors perform the beautiful melodies seamlessly. It’s no wonder that audiences everywhere flock to their performances and enjoy every minute.