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Ken Lavigne and 3 Knights with a Tenor entertain Quesnel with British ballads

The performance went live April 23 at Bethel Church
Quesnel Live Arts recently presented Ken Lavigne’s 3 Knights with a Tenor. (Rebecca Dyok photo — Quesnel Cariboo Observer)

A founding member of The Canadian Tenors wowed the audience at Bethel Church in Quesnel on Saturday, April 23.

Ken Lavigne’s 3 Knights with a Tenor featured the music of Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber, Sir Paul McCartney and Sir Elton John with a blend of classical tenor sound and modern style.

Quesnel Live Arts (QLA) called it a night to remember.

“Such a good turnout for the concert last night,” QLA wrote Sunday, April 24 on Facebook.

“Thanks to Ken Lavigne for sending everyone home with a song in their heart and a big smile on their faces.”

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Before performing in Quesnel, Lavigne made stops in Kitimat, Prince Rupert and Burns Lake with pianist Nico Rhodes, bassist Casey Ryder and violinist Thomas Neville.

Lavigne was a founding member of the Canadian Tenors in 2004 and then in 2006 he co-founded the tenor trio, ROMANZA. In 2007 he shifted focus to producing solo performances and CD recordings that include On the Street Where You Live, Believe, O Night Divine, Keep Holding On and Showtime.

He released a Christmas CD in October 2014 entitled Comfort & Joy.

(With files from Christian Apostolovski)

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