Il Divo Greatest Hits Tour 12.10.2022 THE HALL
Following the tragic death of Carlos Marin of Il Divo, the remaining members of the multinational group - American David Miller, Frenchman Sebastien Izambard and Swiss Urs Bühler - will continue their tour in honour of Marin. The tour, previously called the For Once in My Life Tour, will continue as the Greatest Hits Tour and will include special guest Mexican-American baritone Steven LaBrie. The tour will be filled with Il Divo's hits from their vast catalogue of songs with incredible stage production.

The tour supports their 10th studio album, "For Once In My Life: A Celebration Of Motown" (Decca Gold) and the Carlos Marin Foundation. 

Il Divo is the most commercially successful classical crossover group in international music history, which it has remained since its formation in 2003. With over 30 million albums sold, 160 gold and platinum albums in 33 countries, Il Divo were the first Classical Crossover artists to debut with an album at #1 on the Billboard Top 200 chart.

Il Divo has taken its four spectacular voices to countless musical places in its nearly 20 years of existence.

Singing in their native languages, the quartet of classical tenors from the United States, France, Spain and Switzerland has performed Schubert and showtunes, Abba and Aznavour, Leonard Bernstein and Leonard Cohen. The group has sung holiday songs and hymns and even brought together Rachmaninoff and Eric Carmen of the Raspberries. In other words, the group has been through a lot.


Old Music Live

6.00 pm
8.00 pm
VIP seat
CHF 180.90
Category 1
CHF 131.90
Category 2
CHF 111.90
Category 3
CHF 96.90
Category 4
CHF 86.90
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