Get ready for some musical entertainment featuring four hunky guys who call themselves the Canadian Tenors.
The event is part of the Community Concert Series and is set for Oct. 16 in the auditorium at Faith Assembly Church, 1800 Road 72, Pasco.
These guys have gained global appeal, which is fed to the audience through their undeniable charm and musical talent.
The foursome is made up of Victor Micallef, Clifton Murray, Remigio Pereira and Fraser Walters.
Micallef began playing the piano at age 4 at the Royal Conservatory of Music.
By the time he got to college he switched his interest to vocal performance. Then in 1998 he moved to Florence, Italy, where he was mentored by renowned tenor Franco Pagliazzi.
Murray is said to have inherited his voice from his grandfather, George Murray, a well-known Irish tenor.
He studied voice and theater at the University of Victoria and later acting at the Vancouver Film School. He has had supporting roles in the highly popular television series Boston Legal and had a leading role in the Dreamworks film She's the Man with Amanda Bynes.
Pereira is the multifaceted member of the tenors because he not only sings beautifully, he also plays the guitar, composes music and lyrics and is fluent in four languages.
Walters is a former member of the Grammy Award-winning ensemble Chanticleer.
The four also have performed for former President Bill Clinton.
If you don't have a season ticket to the Community Concert Series, individual admission is $25. Tickets will be available at the door.