Current Cast Members
Three Mo’ Tenors is about more than just three men. It is a story about the history and the future of exceptional Black tenors who deserve to be heard. Since its 2001 debut on PBS’ “Great Performances” Three Mo’ Tenors has introduced thirteen African-American tenors to enthusiastic audiences here in the US as well as in the UK, Russia, Canada, Armenia and Paraguay — and as long as there are more undiscovered Black tenors waiting in the wings, THREE MO’ TENORS will be here to tell their amazing story.
Kenneth Alston continues to perform with Three Mo’ Tenors when his schedule permits as he works toward a divinity degree. You can also find Kenneth at Elpida Community Church of Christ in Brooklyn where he is Minister of Music.
Ramone Diggs is currently pursuing a law degree at West Virginia University College of Law.
Kenneth Gayle is living in Houston, TX where he serves as serves as Producing Director for Music Doing Good, a non-profit organization that educates, entertains and enriches through innovative musical programming while he maintains an active performing career. Recent performances include the Shenandoah Valley Bach Festival, Opera Vivente in Baltimore, MD and his one-man musical journeys: “One Voice and One Heart…Revealed”.
Robert Mack is one of the founding members and General Director of Opera Noire of New York, a performing arts company as well as a resource and networking organization. He balances his stewardship of Opera Noire with his role as artist with the Metropolitan Opera of New York and a busy international touring career. Robert recently appeared in Opéra Française de New York , Houston Grand Opera, Opera Carolina, Opera Company of Philadelphia, Indianapolis Opera, The Paris Bastille and The Tearto Real in Spain.
Sean T. Miller is a hard man to catch up with. He recently performed in the 75th anniversary production of Porgy and Bess, and has frequently performed the roles of Sportin Life, Mingo and Crab Man, most recently in Dresden and Dusseldorf, Germany, Las Palmas, Spain and Catania, Italy at the Teatro Massimo Bellini.
You might also see him at the Lyric Opera of Chicago, Chicago Opera Theater, Glimmerglass Opera, Sarasota Opera, Opera Memphis, Kentucky Opera, Portland Opera, Utah Festival Opera, Virginia Arts Festival, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Chicago City Symphony, Rimrock Opera, Spokane Symphony Orchestra, San Francisco Opera, or Tulsa Opera.
Marvin Scott relocated to Germany in 2009 and where he is an artist with the Nordhausen Opera.