MEDINA — Irish tenor Ronan Tynan will sing again at St. Mary Roman Catholic Church on Oct. 5.

Tynan, a recording artist, physician and champion disabled athlete, is described by Variety as the "burly tenor with a big, silvery voice."

His local performance is hosted again by Orleans Renaissance Group, Inc., which first brought him to St. Mary's in September 2016.

“Dr. Tynan absolutely electrified a sold-out, capacity audience in 2016,” ORG president Chris Busch said. “People came from as far away as California to see him perform here. Experiencing one of the world’s great tenors in the incredible setting of St. Mary’s sanctuary was absolutely breathtaking. This is a must-see concert event and will sell out very quickly.”

Tickets are on sale now at All are general seating, $45 in advance and $50 at door.

Tynan, accompanied by his long time pianist Bill Lewis, has performed concerts around the world. His renditions of “God Bless America” have been heard at the World Series, The Belmont Stakes and other large scale events, and he was a soloist at the funerals of two U.S. Presidents, Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush.

Tynan is a Sony recording artist who has released more than 10 titles, four of which achieved platinum status. In addition, between 1981 and 1984, he amassed 18 gold medals and 14 world records while participating in the Paralympics, of which he still holds nine.