On the album, the quartet, accompanied by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, sing reinventions of classic show tunes including "Maria, "Don't Cry for Me Argentina, "and "Luck Be a Lady."
"The key to Teatro is that we are a little different to what you've heard before," James said in a press statement. "Sure, we will be singing songs that theatre fans will be familiar with, but our interpretations will be much more individual, so much so that they will completely stand alone."
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