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Celtic Tenors will open season

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The Celtic Tenors will open the 2013-14 Stars for Saskatchewan season in Estevan with a performance on November 18.

Acclaimed singing trio The Celtic Tenors will open the local 2013-14 Stars for Saskatchewan season when they perform on Monday, November 18 at St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic Church in Estevan.

The concert will start at 7:30 p.m.

The Celtic Tenors have established themselves as the most successful classical crossover artists ever to emerge from Ireland. Their fifth album, recorded in the Hollywood Hills, is a collection of songs from North America, with music from such songwriters as Stephen Foster and Bob Dylan.

The trio's members - Mathew Gilsenan, James Nelson and Daryl Simpson – worked with the Grammy-winning team of Steve Lindsey, Dillon O’Brien and Dave Way on the album.

With total album sales worldwide, including compilations, of over one million, and a full international touring schedule, the Celtic Tenors have topped the charts in the U.S., Canada, Germany, the U.K. and Ireland.

They are equally comfortable performing in front of large festival crowds or intimate concert halls and theatres. Regardless of whether they are backed by a live band, symphony orchestra or a solo piano, or if they're singing acapella, their talent shines through.



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