The Tenors Sing Their Way Into Your Heart


There truly is a sense of magic when listening to The Tenors, a trio of musicians that have the power to silence a room with their admirable talent. With a passion for contemporary pop and classical music, they perform colorful tracks like “Lead With Your Heart,” “Granada" and “World Stand Still.”

The current members of the group are Clifton Murray, Fraser Walters, and Victor Micallef who easily steal their audience’s hearts with their powerful melodious voices.

Since their formation in 2008, the Tenors have dominated the world, selling over one million albums, performing 1,000+ live concerts, and more than 150 TV shows on five continents. They have also performed for the past four presidents, for world leaders at the G20 Summit, at the opening ceremonies of the XXI Olympic Winter Games, for Her Majesty the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, The Oprah Winfrey Show with Celine Dion, The Primetime Emmy Awards, and the NBC Tree Lighting Ceremony at Rockefeller Centre.  

The Tenors have also gained large respect from renowned artists and have acquired high accreditation. They have shared the stage with artists such as Sir Paul McCartney, Sarah McLachlan, Sting, Justin Bieber, Andrea Bocelli, Sir Elton John, Smokey Robinson, Stevie Wonder, Lionel Richie, and David Foster. This year, they will be playing Yountville Live 2019 and we can not express how excited we are to host them.

The Tenors are also passionate philanthropists. In 2018, they teamed up with the Starkey Hearing Foundation to play benefit galas and raise money that ultimately led to a trip to Africa that allowed them to gift hearing aids to 500 Zambians. They also raised $20,000 as a part of a benefit for the #TorontoStrong Fund which helps to support victims of the April 23rd van attack on Yonge Street and the July 22nd shooting on the Danforth. In November 2018, they traveled to Swaziland with Bulembu Ministries to work with the children's choir. They also raised $10,000 to Canada’s MusiCounts.

Over the years, The Tenors have mastered finding a balance between their voices and fluctuation of different genres. It is evident that performing never gets old for the trio. The band has been able to continue to push themselves out of their comfort zone, and connect with audience members. They want to continue to grow as time goes on -- never staying inside the box, the band is sure to please at this year’s festival.

Would you like to see The Tenors perform during Yountville Live? You are in luck! Tickets are on sale.

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Lauren Fish