The fans of the Puerto Rican quartet Caribbean Tenors celebrated this afternoon the announcement of their first concert at the Santurce Fine Arts Center. The news was confirmed through the social networks of the group of tenors.
“My brothers from the Caribbean Tenors and I are waiting for you on September 3 at the Centro de Bellas Artes in Santurce. It will be a very special concert for us and full of great music. Tickets in Ticketera. We wait for you”, expressed the interpreter Kedward Aviles.
In the comments, fans from various parts of the world welcomed the performance. “You are incredible! Great Puerto Rican representation. We love you from here”, they wrote from Argentina. “Wow, how cute is that, very impressed from Canada,” read another reply.
The last presentation of the Caribbean Tenors was “Adlan Cruz, between the piano and friends” on August 14, 2022. The “show”, which took place at the riopedrense campus of the UPRserved to celebrate the 30 years of artistic career of the also philanthropist Adlan Cruz.
“There are a lot of emotions because, finally, we are going to put on a concert with an audience, so they will be able to learn more about our personalities. We are four very different voices, four different styles, and what unites us is the passion for art, music, especially Latin American music. There are things that people do not imagine are going to happen there,” Avilésn emphasized at the time to El Nuevo Día.
The Caribbean Tenors group is made up of angel vargasKedward Aviles, Peter Rivera and Gabriel Montanezwho are graduates of the Puerto Rico Conservatory of Music and the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus.