The Tenors – MusiCounts Artist of the Month

The Tenors – Clifton, Fraser, and Victor are an award winning vocal supergroup, and also passionate MusiCounts supporters that we’re thrilled to highlight as the MusiCounts Artist of the Month.

This holiday season The Tenors have partnered with Plus 1 to donate $1 per ticket from the Canadian shows on their Home For The Holidays Tour to MusiCounts and support youth music programs. Plus, students from several MusiCounts recipient schools will be joining The Tenors on stage at select shows. For more information and to get tickets to a show near you, visit

Previously, The Tenors have supported MusiCounts through other tour fundraising campaigns, performed at MusiCounts events, incorporated MusiCounts recipients into performances, and been ardent advocates for music education. Thanks to the ongoing support of The Tenors, more children across Canada have access to the amazing benefits of music!

Thank you Clifton, Fraser and Victor.

 “We all have that favourite music teacher who encouraged us to pursue our dreams. We want to help MusiCounts ensure that kids across Canada can have those same opportunities.” – The Tenors


Listen to The Tenors’ latest album:

About The Tenors:

The Tenors – Clifton, Fraser, and Victor have been thrilling audiences around the world with their powerful songs, outstanding harmonies, and undeniable charm.

Blending classical music and contemporary pop, the award-winning and multi-platinum selling band have achieved international success, performing over 1000 live shows and hundreds of TV appearances on five continents.

The Canadian vocal super group have performed for the last four Presidents of the United States, including at the White House Christmas Tree Lighting for the Obama family, for the world leaders at the G20 Summit, for the opening ceremonies of the XXI Olympic Winter Games, for Her Majesty the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, The Oprah Winfrey Show with Celine Dion, The Primetime Emmy Awards, and the NBC Tree Lighting Ceremony at Rockefeller Centre.