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The Tenors Raise $20K for #TorontoStrongFund

The Canadian trio has completed three PBS specials and donated ticket sales from one to a fund aiding victims of the van attack in April that killed 10 people and injured 16 in Toronto.

The Tenors Raise $20K for #TorontoStrongFund

By Karen Bliss

Canadian vocal group The Tenors have done three PBS television specials before, but their fourth was the only one for which proceeds from ticket sales went to charity, #TorontoStrong Fund, which was set up by the City of Toronto and Toronto Foundation for the victims of the van attack in April that killed 10 people and injured 16.


The multi-platinum-selling trio — Victor Micallef, Fraser Walters, and Clifton Murray  — filmed the TV show over two nights in early June at Toronto's Elgin Theatre and raised $20,000 through a minimum donation of $10 per ticket. 

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