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Had a big hope to hear the great voices at the Southam Hall in Ottawa. Same story like others mentioned. Loud distorted sound, voices don't blend well, no unison, no sincerity, lights constantly pointing at the spectators' eyes, short concert, a lot of talking and unnecessary jokes. Big disappointment!
Catherine S. from Indianapolis, Indiana
THE GROUP NEEDS TO RETURN TO THEIR ESSENCE, UNLESS THE MARKET IS NOW DIFFERENT THAN IN THE PAST.
Il Divo has been package that includes beautiful men in Armani in gorgeous venues, each with identifiable but different voices that alone or when powerfully layered left me dazzled. The Murat venue felt desperate for me and I wonder how they related to it as well. The show seemed forced, they looked tired, the band was quite good but crammed into tiny compartments. Some of their original songs did not include their guest singer in the parts that Carlos sung and the new arrangements were not as pleasing. Not sure what they will need to do to go another twenty years like Urs said on stage. I wish them the best because they are capable of it.
Bruce Milne from Vancouver, British Columbia
RUMPUS ROOM SOUND.
Unbelievably bad sound at the Il Divo concert last night. I sat next to two women who put their fingers in their ears. The artists belted out amplified sound and their orchestra was amplified too. WTF. This is the Queen E. With temperamental acoustics at best. it’s hounded like that brought football stadium speakers to the doo. Truly retched even though the best before cougars pretended not so. At 149 a pop for tickets. It was truly the worst concert ever. They are talented guys. Bad bad bad bad misplaced production.
Nicholas Jarvis from Clarkston Mi
GREAT VOICES BUT HORRIBLE DISTORTED SOUND
We attended the Il Divo concert in Detroit last night. All I can say is
we were very disappointed. We sat in the center front balcony
and the sound was much too loud and distorted. From the very first
song I wondered if something was wrong with the microphones. From previous reviews it appears Il Divo wants to pump out this very loud sound. Will not attend their concerts in the future.
Rick from Toronto, Ontario
Attended II Divo performance in toronto last night. To sum up, it was boring! They seemed to be going through the motions and their desire to perform did not seem genuine. Terrible venue as well. The Queen Elizabeth Theatre is not made for live singing. Overall very disappointed. Won’t ever go see them again
Mas from Houston, Texas
I’LL DIVO PERFORMANCE IN SUGAR LAND WAS VERY BAD
The concert was short. Usual concert should be 2-2.30 hrs. Last night on 8/29/22 was only 1.5 hrs! The sound system was bad that was too loud that I could not hear their singing. The singing was fighting with the sound system. Also the Il Divo members were talking too much on the stages. We paid for the tickets to listen to their singing but not their talking! the lighting was bad that occasionally the spot lights were pointing to the audience.
Charles Moon III from New York, New York
WHAT A HOT MESS LAST NIGHT'S CONCERT AT THE BEACON THEATRE WAS
The harsh, bright lights continally shone in our eyes and the relentless booming bass and similar over-amping of the singers voices often made the lyrics unintelligible. Frankly, the first 15-20 minutes of the concert were sung in Spanish, even if the song was originally composed with lyrics in English, with which I'd imagine the majority of the audience was familiar. Until "Amazing Grace" at the end of the program, when the audience really cheered, audience applause was lukewarm and the patter/chatter among the four was adolescent at best. Even the outfits of they wore, heavily coordinated last night, as opposed to a lighter, more individual look from concerts of bygone years, were rather cheesy looking. The group seemed bored with itself -- it
has lost it's glow and as a result has lost it's sure sense of how to present itself.
I'd say Il Divo is, just as I am, rather past its prime. What a disappointment!
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