IL DIVO en Argentina – 28 de octubre Estadio Luna Park


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El reconocido grupo de Musica Clásica viajará por Estados Unidos, Canadá y Sudamérica.

El grupo multi-platino anunció su próxima gran gira, UNA NOCHE CON LO MEJOR DE IL DIVO. Carlos Marín, Urs Buhler, David Miller y Sébastien Izambard se embarcarán en una gira por América del Norte y Sudamérica, el 30 de agosto de 2017 y harán paradas en casi 20 ciudades incluyendo San Diego, Atlanta, Ontario, Buenos Aires y más en las próximas semanas. En Argentina los veremos el 28 de octubre en el Estadio Luna Park de Buenos Aires.

“Estamos muy emocionados de tener la oportunidad de traer nuestros mejores éxitos en gira por las Américas”, dice David Miller. “¡Lo estamos llevando de nuevo a lo básico y alimentando nuestro…

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My thoughts on official forums……………

With the recent closure of both Il Divo’s and Katherine Jenkins official forums the question is there really a place for them in this social media obsessed world? The answer sadly now not anymore because before the days of Facebook,Twitter, Snapchat,and Instagram they were really the only way of staying in touch with the “fandom” but now it’s much easier and quicker on social networks.

If I want to know anything I check social media first!

But as we all know there’s a dark side to these so called friendly fan community’s the trolls that can lurk in those places and thinking that online bullying and the writing of offensive posts in chat threads and personal messages is acceptable it isn’t but you don’t need me to tell you that.

Read my personal thoughts on the former Il Divo forum click here:

Latest interview with Carlos on plans for new Il Divo project/album

We want to reach a much younger audience’

June 27, 2017

“We are working on a new project, we do not know yet what it will become, but we aim to sing songs for a younger audience, to call a new audience,” warns Spaniard Carlos Marín, 48, a member of Il Divo , A group that comes to Brazil in October for several shows.

“We are not going to focus exclusively on songs from the 1980s or 1990s. We want to create a concept of film too,” says the singer, giving a hint of what is coming, but ending the subject.

The group emerged in 2004, when it was joined by producer Simon Cowell. “It was difficult at first, we had to learn English and build our relationship,” recalls Marín, who has since sung alongside Urs Buhler, David Miller and Sébastien Izambard.

“It was complicated, but now we know what everyone is thinking. We have very good chemistry in the studio,” he continues.

The last album they released together was in 2015, “Amor e Passion”. According to Carlos, there is a project to leave an album every two years, at least.

It has not been so long since the band came to Brazil. Our last visit was in December of last year. Without a very big break between tours, Marín says the show, now, is completely different. “We came before with only Latin songs. Now the concept is totally different,” he says.

“We thought it was time to take our most famous songs to Brazil, the ones everyone asks for. We think that this would bring us closer to the audience,” says Marín.

Asked about what the group likes in Brazil, since it comes with a certain frequency, the singer says: “People are fantastic, and so are your women.”

But he remembered more things: “You have a fantastic way, similar to ours in Spain. Great music and food.”