Il Divo, a group with expertise in the art of the classical crossover, is comprised of American tenor David Miller, Sebastien Izambard from France, Swiss tenor Urs Buhler and Carlos Marin, a baritone from Spain.
They are the featured artists this weekend on The Saturday Early Show's Second Cup Café, performing "Hero" and "All By Myself" from their new album, "Ancora."
The album's name means "Again" or "Encore" in Italian. It was recorded in Sweden and London, and the group performs in English, Italian, Spanish and French. It also includes a duet with Celine Dion, "I Believe In You (Je Crois En Toi)."
Il Divo gave the group's U.S. fans a special holiday present last year: "The Christmas Collection," a selection of seasonal music.
Il Divo was formed in late 2003 with the help of "American Idol" judge Simon Cowell, who, after conducting a two-year international talent search, discovered each member.
For more information about Il Divo, visit the group's Web site.