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Il Divo in concert

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Photo by Mario Schmolka

Il Divo have ascended as multiplatinum classical crossover progenitors. With songs recorded in Spanish, Italian, French, Portuguese, Latin, English, and Japanese, their catalog has yielded global sales of more than 30 million with 50 No. 1 hits.

The original quartet - Urs Bühler (tenor) of Switzerland, Sébastien Izambard (tenor) of France, David Miller (tenor) of the United States, and the late Carlos Marín (baritone) of Spain - effectively changed the popular perception of classical and opera forever.

Following the death of Marin in 2021, Steven LaBriese served as a special guest baritone in 2022, and has now joined the group as an official member.

The group comes to Austin as part of their A New Day Holiday Tour.

Il Divo have ascended as multiplatinum classical crossover progenitors. With songs recorded in Spanish, Italian, French, Portuguese, Latin, English, and Japanese, their catalog has yielded global sales of more than 30 million with 50 No. 1 hits.

The original quartet - Urs Bühler (tenor) of Switzerland, Sébastien Izambard (tenor) of France, David Miller (tenor) of the United States, and the late Carlos Marín (baritone) of Spain - effectively changed the popular perception of classical and opera forever.

Following the death of Marin in 2021, Steven LaBriese served as a special guest baritone in 2022, and has now joined the group as an official member.

The group comes to Austin as part of their A New Day Holiday Tour.

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WHERE

Bass Concert Hall
2350 Robert Dedman Dr, Austin, TX 78712, USA
https://texasperformingarts.org/event/il-divo-2023-bass-concert-hall-austin-texas

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