Internationally renowned for thrilling audiences around the world with the power of their beautiful voices

In the great tenor tradition, they bring romance and excitement along with warmth and humour to their performances.


Soloists in their own right, The Australian Tenors have performed extensively with Opera Australia, Australian and International Symphonies & Philharmonic Orchestras.

They unite in this wonderful concert with a dynamic display of true Australian talent.

The Australian Tenors versatility spans all genres of the classical tenor repertoire. Audiences are thrilled by the ever popular classical arias from the best known Operas, traditional Neapolitan songs such as Funiculi Funicular, and popular tenor tunes from the hit music theatre productions such as Somewhere from West Side Story, The Impossible Dream, Bring Him Home and This Is The Moment

They also perform and beautiful duets including, All I Ask from Phantom of the Opera, “Time to Say Goodbye” made famous by (Andrea Bocelli & Sarah Brightman), “Amigos Para Siempre” (Friends for Life).

“I want to thank The Australian Tenors for their magnificent performance at our launch. Prince Harry, the honoured guests and sponsors were thrilled by the Tenors performance. They were mesmerised by the Tenors’ version of the Invictus theme song.
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“The Australian Tenors have the talent & spirit of excellence that we, as a country, are so pleased to present to the world.”


A sensational program

The concert encapsulates the spirit, the beauty and vocal demand of truly authentic tenor voice


Australian Tenors Opera

A performance from The Australian Tenors is never complete without the ever popular Waltzing Matilda, Australia My Country (Dorothea Mackellar poem), I Am Australian, among other favourites.

Their vocal artistry and powerful stage presence and their ability to connect with an audience is the trademark of their worldwide success.

The Australian Tenors are: Murray Mayday, Lorenzo Rositano, Martin Buckingham, John Donohoe and Michael Butchard backed by The Southern Cross Orchestra.

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