New Zealand’s three tenors – Bonaventure Allan-Moetaua, Derek Hill and Kalauni Pouvalu are back singing together, after a long break due to Covid-19.

The Operatunity trio is touring nationally with Music for Inspiration, and will give two performances in Christchurch in mid-October.

Known for their soaring voices and cheeky personalities, the tenors will perform a feast of well-known, magnificent melodies such as Nessun Dorma, You Raise Me Up, Amazing Grace, Danny Boy, the Pearl Fishers’ Duet, and My Way.

The tenor trio will be joined by well-known soprano Susan Boland and accompanist Paul Carnegie-Jones. Famous for their daytime concerts and music travel, Operatunity has had to pivot over the past two-and-a-half years.

“With planning taking up to six months in advance, we had to work out how we could provide music for our senior audiences, work for our artists and much needed income for our company with no idea when we would be out of the red setting and be able to do concerts again,” says Managing Director and singer Susan Boland.

When and where:

Christchurch audiences will enjoy the trio’s beautiful voices in a potpourri of audience favourites on Monday 17 October at 10am at the Transitional Cardboard Cathedral. An additional performance will be held on Tuesday 18 October at 10am at St Paul’s Anglican Church, Papanui.

For more information and to book visit www.operatunity.co.nz

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