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Clifton Murray joined the Canadian Tenors in 2009. His natural singing voice was inherited from his grandfather, George Murray, a famous Irish Tenor on CBC Television’s Cross Canada Hit Parade that aired in the 1950s. Clifton began singing and playing guitar at an early age with his father at Nimmo Bay Resort, and went on to study voice and theatre at Brentwood College and The University of Victoria before graduating with honors from the Vancouver Film School.
Clifton has worked steadily in the television and film industry, securing a supporting role alongside William Shatner and James Spader on the hit series, Boston Legal. He has also appeared with actor Amanda Bynes in the DreamWorks feature film She’s the Man. His role in the movie opened the doors for guest appearances on well-known television series such as; the L Word, Smallville, Reaper, Pain Killer Jane and Flash Gordon and can be seen in the upcoming motion picture releases Night at the Museum II and Damage with Steve Austin.
Clifton performed as a soloist with the Vancouver-based Good Noise Gospel Choir prior to joining the Tenors, and starred as ‘Gord’ in the Studio City, Los Angeles production of the Daniel Brooks play, The Good Life.
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Maltese-Canadian tenor Victor Micallef was born in Toronto and began his musical training on the piano at the age of four at the Royal Conservatory of Music. His singing career started as a young cantor at his local church and at the age of sixteen he began taking formal voice lessons. He later attended the University of Western Ontario and the University of Toronto to obtain his Bachelors Degree in Vocal Performance.
In the fall of 1998 Victor moved to Florence, Italy, where he began studying with his mentor, tenor Franco Pagliazzi. While in Europe, Victor was featured both in opera and in concert with several companies including Il Teatro del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino. He has also had the pleasure and honour of working with such world-renowned conductors as Zubin Mehta, Claudio Abbado, and Daniel Oren.
In June 2004, Victor returned to Toronto after being accepted as a member of the Canadian Opera Company’s prestigious Ensemble Studio. For the following two years he performed and understudied among others, the role of Luke in the Canadian Premiere of Ruder’s The Handmaid’s Tale, the title role in Britten’s Albert Herring, Tamino in Mozart’s The Magic Flute, both Macduff and Malcolm in Verdi’s Macbeth, Rodolfo in Puccini’s la Bohéme, and Edgardo in Donizetti’s Lucia di Lammermoor.
Throughout his early career, Victor has performed for audiences and dignitaries in North America, Europe, and Asia. He has recorded as a soloist and in ensembles with Il Teatro del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino(Bocelli/Mehta), Il Coro di Ferrara, and with The Orpheus Choir. He has also been heard live on CBC’s Saturday Afternoon at the Opera in Canada, and RAI’s Prima della Prima in Italy.
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Fraser Walters is a former member of the Grammy Award-winning 12-man a cappella vocal ensemble CHANTICLEER. Highlights include performances on leading international concert stages in Vienna, Amsterdam, Taipei, Tokyo, New York City and Los Angeles as well as regular broadcasts on NPR and CBC Radio. He is a featured soloist on their internationally released album entitled SOUND IN SPIRIT, recorded at Skywalker Ranch in California on the Warner Label.
Fraser began his professional career as a boy soprano soloist with the Vancouver, Edmonton and Seattle Opera Companies with roles including Miles in Benjamin Britten’s THE TURN OF THE SCREW. At the age of 16, he performed the role of Jesus in Lloyd-Webber’s JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR at the Queensland Performing Arts Complex in Brisbane, Australia.
Fraser holds a bachelors degree in Voice Performance from the University of British Columbia and has done extensive stage and concert work, including a World-Premiere theatre piece entitled HILDEGARD: A MEASURE OF JOY with acclaimed director Francesca Zambello in San Francisco and a tour of the Czech Republic singing Tamino in Mozart’s MAGIC FLUTE.
A Varsity soccer player, Fraser was also a member of the Canadian National Track & Field team at the Pan-American Jr. Games. Other talents include playing piano and guitar; one of his compositions can be heard on the T.V show Edgemont on CBC in Canada and FOX family in the U.S.
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Portuguese-Canadian tenor, Remigio Pereira, is a multifaceted artist sought-after for his work as a vocalist, guitarist, composer and songwriter. He is fluent in four languages and has performed extensively throughout North America and Europe.
Remigio’s love for music began in his late teens when he performed as a self-taught guitarist in local rock bands. At the age of twenty-three, he was accepted to Le Conservatoire du Quebec where formal vocal and classical guitar studies began. For the following three years, Remigio was awarded several top prizes and scholarships before graduating with a Masters Degree in Classical Guitar Performance.
During this same period, he began singing with professional opera companies and performed numerous solo recitals for Ambassadors, Prime Ministers and Presidents world-wide. Throughout his career, Remigio has had the unique opportunity to perform many styles of music including Rock, Pop, Reggae, Opera, Latin and Classical music.
Born to Azorean parents, Remigio remains close to his Portuguese roots through his love of Fado music. He is equally inspired to sing an opera, as he is to write a pop song, a symphony, or a verse of poetry.
As a composer and songwriter, Remigio’s original works and orchestral arrangements have been featured in Hollywood motion pictures and at various international venues including the 2003 Presidential Visits to Canada. His sold-out debut CD Destino is a cross-cultural collection of Spanish guitar, Portuguese Fado and Italian love songs, while his most recent CD entitled Incanto highlights famous Italian opera arias. In addition, Remigio’s music has been frequently broadcast on numerous international radio and television stations. Ai nostri “fans” ti amo! Grazie tanto e a presto!!
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