The pop-opera four-piece Amore (made up of Monica Mcghee, David Webb, Peter Braithwaite and Victoria Gray) shot to fame in 2012 with a string of high-profile performances, delighting audiences with their renditions of operatic classics.
- Amore were formed after a chance encounter between two Warner Bros executives and a senior tutor from the Royal College of Music. The tutor recommended four of his students to the executives.
- Before long, Monica Mcghee, David Webb, Peter Braithwaite and Victoria Gray were signed up for a 6-album record deal.
- The group's individual credentials include choral scholarships, countlesss recitals and even singing at the opening of the Millenium Dome.
- Since they've been a four-piece, they've performed at the Classic BRIT Awards with Russell Watson, sung at the Queen's Diamond Jubilee and made several television appearances.
- As of 2013, Amore are Ambassadors for The Prince's Foundation for Children and the Arts.