Anthony Kearns, a world-famous tenor, knows what it's like to perform with millions of eyes watching and ears listening.
But he said the connection formed with an audience can be more powerful in a smaller setting.
"It's like inviting people into your living room, and then sitting around," Kearns said. "Turn down the lights, and you just have their attention. There's no distraction."
Audiences can experience that connection at Kearns' intimate performance on the Kimball Theatre stage on Friday.
His is a voice heard on television, on albums, by President Obama and Pope Francis.
But Kearns found his big break by singing through a...