Best-selling opera-turned-pop diva Sarah Brightman has an extensive tour lined up for late fall and early winter to support her newest release. The 32-date...

Best-selling opera-turned-pop diva Sarah Brightman has an extensive tour lined up for late fall and early winter to support her newest release. The 32-date trek makes the complete North American circuit, with shows in Mexico, Canada and the U.S.

Brightman begins her tour with four Mexican shows, including a two-night run in Mexico City at the Palacio de los Deportes. Her U.S. and Canadian dates kick off November 12 in Dallas, TX, and run through December 21 in Glendale, AZ.

The British soprano is currently touring in support of her fifteenth solo album, “Symphony,” which showcases her signature mix of classical music and operatic pop. The crossover record was released in January 2008 and has peaked within the top 50 on European, Asian, Australian and North American charts.

“Throughout my career I have worked in so many different styles of music,” Brightman explained on her Web site. “This is the first album where all of these styles come together to create a very diverse musical landscape.”

Brightman got her start in musical theater in the 1980s, most notably appearing in “Cats” as Jemima, and in ex-husband Andrew Lloyd Weber’s “The Phantom of the Opera” as Christine Daaé. She released her first solo album in 1988 and has since received more than 150 Gold and Platinum certifications around the world.

Sarah Brightman itinerary:
(Dates subject to change.)

November 4 Monterrey, MEX Arena Monterrey
November 6 Guadalajara, MEX Arena VFG
November 8-9 Mexico City, MEX Palacio de los Deportes
November 12 Dallas, TX American Airlines Center
November 14 Orlando, FL UCF Convocation Center
November 15 Sunrise, FL BankAtlantic Center
November 16 Tampa, FL St. Pete Times Forum
November 18 Atlanta, GA Gwinnett Center
November 19 Washington, D.C. Verizon Center
November 22 Mashantucket, CT MGM Grand at Foxwoods
November 23 New York, NY Madison Square Garden
November 24 Boston, MA TD Banknorth Garden
November 26 Montreal, QC Centre Bell
November 28 Ottawa, ON Scotiabank Place
November 29 Hamilton, ON Copps Coliseum
November 30 Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre
December 2 Cleveland, OH Quicken Loans Arena
December 3 Auburn Hills, MI Palace of Auburn Hills
December 4 Chicago, IL Allstate Arena
December 6 Winnipeg, MB MTS Centre
December 7 Regina, SK Brandt Centre
December 8 Calgary, AB Saddledome
December 10 Edmonton, AB Rexall Place
December 12 Vancouver, BC GM Place
December 13 Victoria, BC Save on Foods Centre
December 14 Everett, WA Comcast Arena
December 16 Sacramento, CA Arco Arena
December 17 San Jose, CA HP Pavilion
December 19 Anaheim, CA Honda Center
December 20 Los Angeles, CA Forum
December 21 Glendale, AZ Jobing.com Arena