Since the Three Tenors first became superstars in the early '90s, a trio of tenors has become a standard vocal ensemble formation. Although it began as a trio, the Canadian Tenors, however, have expanded that idea to a quartet, comprised of Victor Micallef, Clifton Murray, Remigio Pereira, and Fraser Walters. The group was actually founded by British Columbia composer Jill Ann Siemens and took a few years to settle into a compatible blend of talents. The quartet's 2008 debut album quickly became a best-seller and was followed in 2009 by a holiday album, The Perfect Gift, which also went gold. In 2012 they released Lead With Your Heart, which featured the single "I Believe". The ensemble has performed all over North America and Europe, with some of the biggest names in both the popular and classical music arenas -- from Sheryl Crow to Andrea Bocelli -- and before numerous heads of state. The Canadian Tenors were selected as the Canadian ambassadors to the 2015 Pan Am Games, for which they wrote and recorded the theme song.Portions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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