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Their musical mastery found its footing in emblematic songs rewritten specifically for Il Divo. Cowell conducted a worldwide search for young singers who were willing to embark on the project, a search that lasted two years, from January 21, 2001, until December 16, 2003, when the fourth member, American tenor David Miller, was signed.
Prior to Il Divo, Miller and his European counterparts Spanish baritone, Carlos Marín, Swiss tenor Urs Bühler and French pop singer, Sébastien Izambard were each enjoying moderate success in their own right.
In December 2004, as their debut to society and to promote their first studio material, they offered their first concert at Gotham Hall in New York, representing five songs from the album live.
It quoted concert was released as the first DVD of the group, entitled "Live At Gotham Hall".
In the United States and Latin America it was released on 24 January 2006.
It debuted at number one on Billboard 200 in its first week of release in the United States.
The group was created and promoted by music producer Simon Cowell for the label Syco Music (a subsidiary of Sony Music).
Although it is unclear how the group's name came about, "Il Divo" is translated from Italian as "divine performer." The quartet's strength is its remarkable ability to blend operatically-trained vocals and classical music with themes from pop, bolero, folk, tango, sacred and Latin music. 1968), two trained classic tenors Swiss Urs Bühler (b. 1973), and French pop singer-songwriter Sébastien Izambard (b. The idea behind Il Divo came when Simon Cowell, inspired after listening to the Three Tenors, decided to form a multinational quartet of talented young singers to recreate the quality of Luciano Pavarotti, Jose Carreras and Placido Domingo.
They filmed the music video of the song in Slovenia.
A box with three CDs and a DVD that includes three studio albums: Il Divo, Ancora to which is added the song "The Time of Our Lives" and The Christmas Collection DVD and Encore along with a 20-page booklet with rare photos and a poster of each member of the quartet signed and dedicated to their fanes.
The 21 November 2006 "Live At the Greek Theater" DVD containing the live concert held on 22 June 2006 at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, California, as part of his world tour 2006.
Since its inception, Il Divo has enjoyed success worldwide, selling well over 30 million copies of its albums worldwide.
Il Divo became an international musical sensation after they became the first classical crossover group in history to reach the top of the Billboard 200 (USA) list in 2005.
In the first weeks he had already achieved double platinum in Norway and Ireland and the UK reached a historical fact as "Regresa a mí" was the first song sung in Spanish which reached No.1 on the British country.