Taking inspiration from the original three tenors, Richard Dowling, Alex Haigh and Alberto Sousa will serenade you with operatic favourites and stunning songs from the collection made famous by Pavarotti, Domingo and Carreras on Saturday 28 October at Kenton Theatre. From “My Way” to “Nessun Dorma”, it will be a night to remember!
A share of the profits will be given to The Chiltern Centre which aims to offer a helping hand to children and young people with disabilities – enabling them to live life to the full whilst giving a lifeline of support to families and parents caring for a disabled child.
The concert has been organised with the help of Opera Prelude, a local charity which was co founded by Fiona Hamilton and Adriana Festeu in 2010, who support the professional development of early-career opera singers through the provision of experience and fairly paid performance opportunities.
Alex Haigh who is a Patron of The Chiltern Centre said, “My mother passed away in 2012, and it was only then that I became aware of her involvement with the centre. She raised an incredible amount of money and awareness for it during her ten years as a Patron… and it was in 2015 when the centre approached me to take on her role. Since then, I’ve had the privilege of doing what I can for the centre… this has included bringing more musical opportunities to the residence, raising funds and creating new contacts to assist with funding and support of this wonderful charity. I’m passionate about it, and whilst my resources are limited as a jobbing singer, I do what I can.”