Three tenors on their way

David Kidd, Stewart Morris and Andrew Pryor from Tenori are coming to the Pilbeam Theatre.

July’s Morning Melodies at the Pilbeam Theatre stars three classically trained singers who met while they were on tour internationally with The Ten Tenors.

Individually David Kidd, Stewart Morris and Andrew Pryor have had impressive careers in the world of opera, cabaret and music theatre. Together, as Tenori, they have wowed audiences with their hugely entertaining mash-up of opera, musical theatre, jazz and pop songs – all with a large dash of their trademark cheeky humour.

With a combined 60 years international experience in the industry, these polished professionals know exactly how to put on a dynamic, uplifting and hugely entertaining show.

Individually, they have beautiful voices. Together they sing like the band of brothers they are, with the camaraderie and precision that more than a decade of harmonising together can bring.

The trio are equally at home crooning with a solo piano in a cabaret bar or rocking out with a big band on board the iconic Queen Mary 2 or performing at Morning Melodies, where they have developed a large following.

Beyond the Sea, their Morning Melodies concert, features songs from Spain, Cuba, France, Italy, Norway, England, the U.S., Australia, everywhere man…

Tenori: Beyond the Sea will be performed at Morning Melodies at the Pilbeam Theatre on Monday 25 July at 11am.

Tickets are on sale now from the Pilbeam Theatre Box Office, phone 4927 4111 or online at

Morning Melodies is presented by Rockhampton Regional Council, with a free morning tea supplied by Brumby’s Allenstown, Gracemere and Parkhurst from 10am.