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The Beatles Classical Mystery Tour

From early Beatles music through the solo years, the exceptional portrayal of the Fab Four in Classical Mystery Tour brings the music of The Beatles to life, as four remarkable artists join your BPO in celebration of the 50th anniversary of both the Abbey Road and Yellow Submarine albums.

Join us Friday and Saturday for a pre-concert party with happy hour specials and a sound system. Doors open at 6PM. Stay after the concert both nights for a party with live music by Backbeat 64!


Bradley Thachuk, conductor

Chris Camilleri, vocals
Tony Kishman, vocals
Jim Owen, vocals
Tom Teeley, vocals

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About Classical Mystery Tour

About Chris Camilleri (Ringo Starr)

Born and raised on Long Island, New York, Chris Camilleri had a convenient drum teacher; his dad. He started listening to Beatles records at a young age, and for many years played drums and sang along to the recordings. Gradually Chris gravitated to progressive rock bands, but retained a fondness for The Beatles and eventually formed the internationally-renowned Beatles cover band Liverpool, which still reunites to perform at the Fests For Beatles Fans (formerly Beatlefest). Chris has played drums for a variety of touring artists, including Peter Noone (of Herman’s Hermits fame), Badfinger, Micky Dolenz, Joe Walsh, and other Beatles-era bands. He became a good friend and musical associate to Harry Nilsson (who was a contemporary and close friend to all the individual Beatles).  In addition to The Beatles, his musical influences include Jethro Tull, Genesis, ELP, and David Bowie. When not playing music, Chris has an active commercial and voice-over career. Chris is a D’Addario musical products artist.

About Tony Kishman (Paul McCartney)
Bass Guitar, Piano, Vocals

Singer-songwriter Tony Kishman was born in Tucson, Arizona where he began his musical career in the early 1970s.  Although he had been playing guitar for a number of years, it was not until age 19 that Tony started performing seriously.
Kishman’s early influences included Wishbone Ash, Bad Company and Peter Frampton.  Between 1973 and 1978, he played guitar in the group Cheap Trix, a cover band performing Top 40 as well as originals. Starting in 1979, Kishman played bass and guitar for six years as Paul McCartney in both the national and international tours of Beatlemania.  He then went on to perform in Legends in Concert and produced shows that ran in Las Vegas and Lake Tahoe.  He joined the classic supergroup Wishbone Ash for a tour of Europe and the recording of the group’s 18th album.

About Jim Owen  (John Lennon)
Rhythm Guitar, Piano, Vocals

Jim Owen was born and raised in Huntington Beach, California.  He gained rich musical experience from his father, who played music from the classics for him on the piano, and from his extensive library of recordings by the great classical artists. Jim began studying the piano at age six, and won honors in various piano performance competitions throughout his teenage years. He was eight years old when he first heard The Beatles, and promptly decided to take up the study of the guitar. His first professional performance as a Beatle tribute artist was at 16. Then, at age 18, he began touring internationally with various Beatles tribute productions, visiting Japan, Korea, China, Canada, Mexico, and much of South America.

It has long been Jim’s dream to share with the public live performances of some of the greatest music ever written and recorded, so in 1996, Owen began working on his idea for a new Beatles tribute show with orchestra. Classical Mystery Tour was the result.

About Thomas Teeley (George Harrison)
Lead Guitar/Vocals

Thomas Teeley has starred as George Harrison in both the Broadway production of Beatlemania as well as the film version. His vocal impersonations of numerous other rock icons have also been featured in many television ads as well as other Broadway productions. He has written songs for artists such as Alice Cooper, as well as touring the world as singer-guitarist for Joe Jackson, Sophie B. Hawkins and many others. Tom still enjoys recreating the classic Beatle recordings in a live performance setting, with an attention to detail, which is his hallmark.



Friday, November 22, 2019
8:00 pm
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Kleinhans Music Hall
3 Symphony Circle
Buffalo, NY 14201 United States
(716) 885-5000

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