Tenors Incognito is a successful and proven concept in the entertainment industry.
It involves three dynamic and classically trained male performers who are ‘incognito’ at each event.
As surprise singers, they can masquerade as whatever is relevant to the particular occasion.
During the function they reveal their operatic and contemporary vocal talents, presenting an arrangement of anthemic numbers to an unsuspecting and admiring audience, culminating in a show-stopping finish.
The concept of ‘singing waiters’ was successful worldwide by various different organisations.
However, no one was capitalising on the idea to incorporate other ‘characters’ in the subterfuge and deliver a totally unique, utterly compelling and exciting musical experience.
The Tenors Incognito singers can infiltrate under almost any disguise. Maybe a security guard, a guest sitting at a table, an event organiser, or a chef in the kitchen – the list is endless…
The venues Tenors Incognito have performed at have included Sir Elton’s home, Posh and Beck’s home, the Royal Albert Hall, the House of Commons and the Millennium Stadium – to a packed out capacity of 80,000 people – to exotic locations including Dubai, France, the US, Greece, Italy, Sardinia, Morocco and Singapore.