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By December 20, 2017

– Organized an auditioned group of tenors called Tenor Delight.
– Amazing Grace, for Band
– Grandma’s Feather Bed, arranged by Alfred Kunz for SATB chorus and piano
– April 27, 2011, The Record article by Valerie Hill Five tenors rock the house. Alfred Kunz has never been afraid to get a little wild and crazy when it comes to exciting an audience but this time, he’s really tipped over the edge. Millennium Choral Organization will present Canadian Promenade on April 30 in Kitchener and May 11 in Baden, featuring five new tenors he auditioned recently to create Tenor Delight. Tenor Delight will feature a rousing rendition of the beautiful Leonard Cohen song, Hallelujah and that sweet marching tune The Happy Wanderer. The entire audience will then be encouraged to join in and belt out Land of Hope and Glory and Jerusalem. Though he was looking for Canadian content for this concert, Kunz was really most interested in the songs’ message. 
– April/May 2011, conducted and directed a series of concerts with Music Alive and the Nith Valley Singers entitled Canadian Promenade in Kitchener and New Hamburg with guests Tenor Delight. Concert was a tribute to England’s Last Night of the PROMS
– June 2011, Conducted and directed Concordia Choirs on a tour to Germany, Austria, Croatia and Slovenia
– November 28, 2011, The Record article by Valerie Hill Music Alive brings in Christmas.There is no one quite as energetic and engaging as Alfred Kunz before a major choral concert. And when that concert is a special Christmas event, he really lets loose with both enthusiasm and unique ideas. Hallelujah! A Christmas Story will be an eclectic blend of classical, contemporary and even a few original pieces composed by Kunz. Guests are Tenor Delight, a quintet of singers he hand-picked in 2010.
– November/December 2011, conducted and directed a series of concerts with Music Alive and the Nith Valley Singers entitled Hallelujah! A Christmas Story. Guest singers were Tenor Delight. 

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