Local Teignmouth choir South Devon Singers will be joining the number one selling classical vocal trio Tenors Unlimited for a night of top music.

Tenors Unlimited, often referredf to as the ’Rat Pack of Opera’ will bring their their show ’That’s Amore’ to Teignmouth Pavilions, The Den Crescent, on Saturday, February 5, at 7.30pm.

Tenors Unlimited has performed alongside such notables as Sting, Lionel Richie, Beyoncé, Hayley Westenra, Simply Red and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra to name a few.

This year marks the group’s 20th anniversary. Tenors Unlimited has been entertaining audiences world-wide using talents honed in their previous solo careers in opera and theatre.

They bring their own blend of wit, humour, charm and vocal arrangements to their performances.

See footage of their performances https://www.tenorsunlimited.com/media

To book tickets, visit www.tenorsunlimited.com/tour

Jem Sharples, from Tenors Unlimited, says: ’We want our audiences to have an uplifting experience in this show, so we’ve chosen songs of love and laughter - some from our back catalogue, as well as new numbers, old favourites, modern pop songs and some we’ve written ourselves. There’s something for everyone.’

In this show, Scott Ciscon, Jem Sharples and Paul Martin will take audiences on a journey through some of the best loved songs of the last century, made famous by other ’icons of song’ such as Pavarotti, Lanza, Sting, Bublé and Freddie Mercury.

The group’s wide ranging repertoire includes the ever popular classics, ’The Pearl Fisher’s Duet’ and ’Nessun Dorma’ mixed with crooner and pop favourites.

These include ’Barcelona’, ’Recipe For Love’, ’Nella Fantasia’ and ’Everything’ as well as songs written by the group themselves.

Other songs include ’Mr Blue Sky’, ’Always on My Mind’ (Elvis Presley), ’All I Ask of You’ (Andrew Lloyd Webber), ’Sound of Silence’ (Simon and Garfunkel), ’From Now On’ (The Greatest Showman) and ’Tonight’ (West Side Story).

The South Devon Singers Choir was formed in 2004 and since then, has performed at a broad range of venues include pubs, markets, care homes, on boats, quaysides, beaches and piers, as well as at prestigious venues such as Hall for Cornwall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Aston University Great Hall, and - of course - Teignmouth Pavilions and its predecessor, the Carlton Theatre.

With no auditions and no experience necessary, the choir welcomes newcomers of all ages, experience and ability.

David Haines, the choir’s musical director, is the world’s first Songwriter-in-Residence with a science festival, in Cambridge, MA, with the world-famous Massachusetts Institute of Technology, usually spending a few weeks in the USA each year.