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Due Voci

The classical crossover duo Due Voci features Kelly Levesque and Tyler Hamilton, a set of vocalists picked by songwriter Diane Warren to interpret her use an operatic flourish. Warren teamed with maker Humberto Gatica (who in addition has caused Il Volo, Michael Bublé, and Celine Dion) around the task, spending a year-and-a-half auditioning performers before making a decision on Levesque, who’d previously caused Andrea Bocelli and Josh Groban, and was an associate from the Three Graces Trio. Hamilton, in the mean time, was a high Ten finalist on Canadian Idol and performed with Katharine McPhee and David Foster. As Credited Voci, the set perform Warren’s strikes and new materials; their self-titled debut premiered in June 2011, coinciding using the PBS Unique Diane Warren: Like Tunes, which also included visitor celebrities Toni Braxton, Gloria Estefan, Patti Austin, and Eric Benet.

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