The Opera Boys to appear at the Rhodes Arts Centre, Bishop’s Stortford on Saturday, September 8

PUBLISHED: 15:25 15 August 2018 | UPDATED: 15:25 15 August 2018

The Opera Boys will be at the Rhodes Arts Centre, Bishop’s Stortford on Saturday, September 8.

These leading men from London’s West End combine in a powerhouse of vocal harmony to deliver a stunning blend of music ranging from Nessum Dorma to Time to Say Goodbye.

They have been touring for the past five years, making opera accessible to us all. They have been applauded for combinging their classically trained voices with their experience, showmanship and personality to deliver a wonderfully entertaining show.

The boys trained at some of the UK’s finest schools including The Royal Academy of Music, and have each become highly successful performers in their own right. Between them they have performed lead roles on London’s West End and on Broadway in New York. They have performed as backing vocalists to some of the world’s biggest superstars including Russell Watson, Robbie Williams, Tom Jones and Elton John, and in 2015 one of them appeared as part of the Belgian entry for The Eurovision Song Contest.

Tickets, £20 from 01279 710200 or rhodesartscomplex.co.uk

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