The Canadian Tenors, now known as The Tenors, are a vocal quartet consisting of Remigio Pereira, Victor Micallef, Fraser Walters and Clifton Murray. They are mostly known for the operatic pop music that is a mixture of classical and pop. They have even covered some of the most beloved Christian hymns such as “The Prayer” and “Silent Night”. This video below also features one of their incredible and mind-blowing live performances.
During a PBS televised event, a child musical prodigy Ethan Bortnick invited The Canadian Tenors for the performance of a unique rendition of “Hallelujah”. Ethan accompanied them in piano while the four of the band members started blending the voice for the song. The song is also joined in by the instruments like the violin, wind chimes and piano but half-way through the performance it takes an unexpected turn. They are joined in by the drums and the electric guitar which give the song a rock and roll sound.
Wasn’t that amazing? Watch this video below and share your thoughts with us in the comments!
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