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The Tenors



Adam Lacey

Forever Tenors Founder

London born, Leeds based Forever Tenors founder & company director Adam Lacey has started singing at 5 years old. In 2008 Adams professional career in musical theatre took off where he has since performed in some of the West End's most iconic productions which has led on to directing enchanting concerts internationally working with Disney Theatricals, Really Useful Group, Alan Menken & Stephen Schwartz.


In the fall of 2015 started a new chapter as a concert vocalist and recording artist, and has since continuously wowed audiences worldwide with his rich baritone tenor voice always expending the classical crossover repertoire with his performances, spanning English, Italian, Spanish, German, and Japanese.

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Tom Spence

Forever Tenor

Tom Spence is a gifted vocalist hailing from Wirral, Merseyside. With a strong local following and sell-out shows across the region, Tom's dedication to the North West music scene is undeniable. Trained at Liverpool Theatre School and the Royal Northern College of Music, his performances in prestigious theaters and alongside renowned artists like Samantha Barks and Katherine Jenkins have made him a sought-after artist in the UK's musical theater and classical crossover scene.


Jon Christos

Forever Tenor

Salford born tenor Jon Christos is an international platinum selling classical crossover recording artist and former BBC radio presenter. With his albums of operatically-styled crossover music, he has enchanted audiences worldwide. From lead tenor roles in prestigious productions to collaborations with renowned conductors and orchestras, Jon Christos has proven himself as a versatile and talented artist. Experience the magic of his diverse repertoire and be swept away by his unforgettable performances.

Rob Durkin

Forever Tenor

Introducing Rob Durkin! Hailing from Cleckheaton, West Yorkshire, Rob Durkin's talent shone bright as a chorister, touring the internationally with Girton College. After focusing on musical directing, Rob was invited to join Forever Tenors in 2019, where he contributed to their acclaimed studio album Surrender and subsequent tour of the same name. In 2024 due to a change in career Rob parted ways with Forever Tenors.


On behalf of us here at Forever Tenors and our Forever Fans we wish Rob a very happy future and thank him for his contributions.

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