The tour kicks off March 1 at Seminole Hard Rock Live in Hollywood, Fla., and runs through the end of the month.

Stops include Lisner Auditorium in Washington, D.C. (March 3), Borgata Hotel, Casino & Spa in Atlantic City (March 8), Town Hall in New York City (March 11), Place des Arts in Montreal (March 14), Centrepointe Theatre in Ottawa, Ontario (March 17), McPherson Playouse in Victoria, British Columbia (March 24), The Wiltern in Los Angeles (March 26) and Teatro Metropolitan in Mexico City.

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The three singers that make up Three Graces come from a range of musical backgrounds. Kabanuck starred as Mimi in Baz Luhrmann’s Broadway production of Puccini’s “La Boheme,” as well as singing in “Cosi fan Tutte,” “Betly,” “Faust,” “Lucia di Lammermore” and “La Traviata.”

Levesque appeared with Andrea Bocelli during his last U.S. tour, as well as with Josh Groban, Russell Watson and Vittorio Grigolo. She also sang the song “Some Hearts” on the soundtrack for the Julia Roberts/Catherine Zeta Jones film “America’s Sweethearts.”

Gettelfinger has starred on Broadway in shows including “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels,” “Seussical the Musical,” “The Boys from Syracuse,” and “NINE.” She also played Edith “Little Edie” Bouvier in the Playwrights Horizon world premier of “Grey Gardens” and appeared in the first national tour of “Fosse.”

For their debut album the trio drafted an impressive team of producers and songwriters, including Walter Afanasieff (Mariah Carey, Celine Dion), Desmond Child (Bon Jovi, Ricky Martin), Guy Roche (Christina Aguilera, Michael Bolton) and Mark Portmann (Luis Miguel, Barbra Streisand).

The disc features a number of covers, including Phil Collins‘ “Against All Odds,” Snow Patrol‘s “Run,” and Heart‘s “These Dreams,” as well as two songs co-written by Three Graces, “I Wish (All the Love in the World) and “Don’t Let Me Forget.”

Here’s a clip of Three Graces singing “I Wish” at a charity event in Miami Beach, Fla., last November.