Formed in 2003 after a worldwide search for classical singers, Il Divo has since gone on to sell more than 25 million albums to fans across the globe. Singing in five different languages, including English, the group has achieved crossover success, especially with its renditions of well-known pop songs like Toni Braxton’s “Unbreak My Heart” and The Moody Blues’ “Knights in White Satin.”
On Nov. 5, the multinational group—featuring America’s David Miller, France’s Sébastien Izambard, Spain’s Carlos Marín, and Switzerland’s Uhrs Bühler—released its sixth studio album. Focusing entirely on songs from Broadway productions, “A Musical Affair” includes tracks like “Memory” from “Cats,” “Tonight” from “West Side Story,” and “The Music of the Night” from “The Phantom of the Opera.” See a live performance of The Lion King’s “Can You Feel the Love Tonight” with special guest Heather Headley in the video below.
In early November, the quartet took its talents to the site of the latest album’s inspiration, performing six nights at New York’s Marquis Theatre. Pairing their operatic style with the live tradition of Broadway, the powerful performances highlighted songs from the new album. If you missed the New York shows, you can watch the video below for a sneak peek of what to expect on the upcoming North American tour.
In late March 2014, the foursome will return to the U.S. for a comprehensive North American tour entitled A Musical Affair: The Greatest Songs of Broadway Live, which will run from March 28-June 7, and will include more than 35 concerts throughout the continent. Full tour dates are listed below, and you can purchase Il Divo tickets for the upcoming concerts online from the Vivid Seats marketplace.
Il Divo Tour Dates 2014
(For cities, include all states as well just to keep it consistent)
March 28 – Comerica Theatre, Phoenix, Ariz.
March 29 – Mandalay Bay Events Center, Las Vegas, Nev.
April 2 – Copley Symphony Hall, San Diego
April 4 – Fantasy Springs, Indio, Calif.
April 5 – Dolby Theater, Hollywood, Calif.
April 6 – The Paramount Theatre, Oakland, Calif.
April 9 – Benaroya Hall, Seattle, Wash.
April 10 – Queen Elizabeth Theater, Vancouver
April 12 – Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, Edmonton, Alberta
April 13 – Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, Calgary, Alberta
April 16 – Bellco Theatre, Denver, Colo.
April 18 – Rosemont Theatre, Rosemont, Ill.
April 19 – Fox Theater, Detroit, Mich.
April 21 – Murat Theater, Indianapolis, Ind.
April 22 – Peabody Opera House, St. Louis, Mo.
April 25 – Winstar World Casino, Thackerville, Okla.
April 26 – Brady Theater, Tulsa, Okla.
April 27 – Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, The Woodlands, Texas
May 6 – Saenger Theatre, New Orleans, La.
May 8 – Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater, Miami Beach, Fla.
May 9 – Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center Morsani Hall, Tampa, Fla.
May 12 – Hard Rock Theater, Orlando, Fla.
May 14 – DAR Constitution Hall, Washington, D.C.
May 16 – Wang Theatre, Boston, Mass.
May 17 – Borgata Casino, Atlantic City, N.J.
May 18 – Benedum Center, Pittsburgh, Pa.
May 20 – Hamilton Place Theatre, Hamilton, Ontario
May 21 – Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, Toronto
May 23 – National Arts Centre Southam Hall, Ottawa
May 24 – K-Rock Centre, Kingston, Ontario
May 27 – General Motors Centre, Oshawa, Ontario
May 28 – Place Des Arts, Montreal
May 30 – Akron Civic Theatre, Akron, Ohio
May 31 – Palace Theatre Columbus, Columbus, Ohio
June 1 – Fraze Pavilion, Kettering, Ohio
June 3 – Red Hat Amphitheater, Raleigh, N.C.
June 4 – Lyric Opera House, Baltimore, Md.
June 7 – Providence Performing Arts Center, Providence, R.I.