Forever Tenors are steadily building a reputation as one of the most exciting new classical crossover duos to emerge from the UK.
They bring a totally unique and fresh approach to the classical world by fusing a range of musical styles from pop, rock and classical,
which they combine with their breath-taking vocals, their own musical arrangements and the package is complete by their infectious Yorkshire charm.
Featuring two outstanding male stage vocalists Adam Lacey and Rob Durkin, who both have an impressive array of past professional credits from both the world of opera and West End Musicals. Adam and Rob have been best friends for many years and this reflects in their performance and their natural ease and camaraderie they share on stage never fails to draw the audience in. Likened as the ‘Ant and Dec of the classical world, partly due to their cheeky infectious personalities; the duo are quickly building up a devoted and engaged fan base.
The stage is set for Forever Tenors to become a household name.
Currently Forever Tenors are working on their sensational debut album. They are working with one of the most exciting orchestras in the UK - The Northern Film Orchestra. The recording will feature a full symphonic 69-piece live orchestra who will work with Adam and Rob to bring their debut classical pop infused album to life. Due to be released this Summer, the album will be recorded this spring at The Stoller Hall in Manchester and will feature a collection of timeless and contemporary hits.
For a list of performances check out their tour dates here
We are excited to announce we will be releasing our debut album later this year with the title and artwork to be announced.
The album will be recorded with one of the finest orchestras in the UK, The album although not finalised will feature a collection of both timeless classics and contemporary hits.
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