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Rocking out with Queen Symphonic at Harewood House

September 5th, 2021

Forever Tenors rock the crowds on their home turf

Forever Tenors were honoured to be invited back to support the amazing Queen Symphonic when they performed live at Harewood House in Leeds, after previously sharing the stage with the rock heroes at Castle Howard.

The magical rock and orchestra experience was every Queen fan’s dream, as talented vocalists from West End musical We Will Rock You took to the stage, accompanied by The Yorkshire Symphony Orchestra, to celebrate the band’s greatest hits including We Will Rock You, Killer Queen, Don’t Stop Me Now and, of course, Bohemian Rhapsody.

Performing on their homesoil was the icing on the cake for Adam and Rob, as they took to the stage to open the event. If anywhere would get their cheeky Yorkshire humour, then it would be here, and the warm welcome from the friendly Yorkshire crowd certainly didn’t disappoint.

Forever Tenors’ stunning set of popular songs re-worked with a classical, Italian twist, struck a chord with the Queen fans. Hits including Night in White Satin (Notte Di Luce), and Take That’s Rule The World (Il Mondo e Nostro) had the audience singing and waving their arms. While emotional performances of their debut single Odissea and the iconic Bring Him Home from Les Miserables were so touching, they almost drew tears.

It was great to be back performing with the Queen vocalists and musicians, and the atmosphere, both on and off stage, was absolutely buzzing!

A special mention goes to the sensational vocalist Jenna Lee-James, who was one of 4 singers belting out Queen’s top hits, sending the audience wild late into the night.

Jenna, who shares the same agent as Forever Tenors – Zoe Tyler International - has previously worked with Adam on musical theatre projects including an online production of Joseph and His Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat during lockdown.

The Forever Tenors had a great evening rocking out to Queen tunes following their show. I mean, who could keep still with Freddie Mercury’s finest in such a magnificent Yorkshire setting?!



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