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Tour Dates

02/10/2019The Metropolitan Opera / New York, NY
02/13/2019Amway Center / Orlando, FL
02/14/2019American Airlines Arena / Miami, FL
02/17/2019The Metropolitan Opera / New York, NY
02/19/2019Palacio De Los Deportes / Ciudad de Mexico, Mexico
02/21/2019Arena Monterrey / Monterrey, Mexico
03/12/2019Royal Arena / Copenhague, Kingdom of Denmark
03/14/2019Oslo Telenor Arena / Oslo, Norway
03/16/2019Scandinavium / Gothenburg, Sweden
04/18/2019Ticketpro Dome / Johannesburg, South Africa
04/22/2019Val de Vie Estate / Paarl, South Africa
05/11/2019Inea Stadion / Poznan, Poland
05/20/2019Teatro San Carlo / Naples, Italy
05/22/2019Teatro San Carlo / Naples, Italy
05/24/2019Hartwall Arena / Helsinki, Finland
06/04/2019Kremlin Palace / Moscow, Russia
06/13/2019Rogers Arena / Vancouver, Canada
06/15/2019Golden 1 Center / Sacramento, CA
06/18/2019Hollywood Bowl / Los Angeles, CA
06/19/2019Hollywood Bowl / Los Angeles, CA
06/21/2019Pepsi Center / Denver, CO
06/29/2019Cedars International Festival / Cedars, Lebanon
07/25/2019Teatro Del Silenzio / Lajatico, Italy
07/27/2019Teatro Del Silenzio / Lajatico, Italy
08/20/2019Tallinna Lauluvaljak / Tallinn, Estonia
08/30/2019Teatro Antico di Taormina / Taormina, Italy
10/19/2019Genting Arena / Birmingham, England
10/20/2019The SSE Hydro / Glasgow, Ireland
10/24/2019The SSE Arena / Belfast, Ireland
10/26/2019First Direct Arena / Leeds, Ireland
10/27/2019Manchester Arena / Manchester, UK
11/16/2019Papp Laszlo Sport Arena / Budapest, Ungheria
11/30/2019The O2 Arena / Prague, Czech Republic

Andrea Bocelli: Bio

Andrea Bocelli has been called "the fourth tenor"; the blind, Tuscan-born vocalist has emerged as one of the most popular voices in the arena of light classical and crossover vocals and has made inroads into the world of opera as well. His participation in Pavarotti's 1992 hit Miserere album and Zucchero Fornaciari's 1993 world tour brought him international attention. Bocelli has been most successful as a pop ballad singer, having recorded duets with Celine Dion, Sarah Brightman, and Eros Ramazzotti. Al Jarreau, who sang with Bocelli during "The Night of Proms" in November 1995, praised Bocelli with these words: "I have had the honor to sing with the most beautiful voice in the world."

Bocelli grew up on farm in Lajatico, a rural village in Tuscany. Beginning piano lessons at the age of six, he later added flute and saxophone to his talents. Born with poor eyesight, he became totally blind at the age of 12 following a soccer accident. Despite his obvious musical talents, Bocelli did not consider a career in music until he had studied law at the University of Pisa and had earned a Doctor of Law degree. Inspired to pursue music, he studied with the famed tenor Franco Corelli, supporting himself by peforming in piano bars.

Bocelli's first break as a singer came in 1992 when Fornaciari auditioned tenors to record a demo tape of Miserere, which he had co-written with Bono of the Irish rock group U2. Successfully passing the audition, Bocelli recorded the tune as a duet with Pavarotti. After touring with Fornaciari in 1993, Bocelli performed as a guest star in the Pavarotti International festival held in Modena in September 1994. In addition to performing solo and in a duet with Pavarotti, Bocelli sang with Bryan Adams, Andreas Vollenweider, and Nancy Gustavsson. In November 1995, Bocelli toured Holland, Belgium, Germany, Spain, and France on the pop "Night of Proms" bill, which also featured Al Jarreau, Bryan Ferry, Roger Hodgson of Supertramp, and John Miles.

Bocelli's first two albums -- 1994's Andrea Bocelli and 1996's Bocelli -- showcased his operatic singing. His third effort, Viaggio Italiano (Italian Journey), featured famous arias and traditional songs from Naples. Although released only in Italy, the album sold more than 300,000 copies. With his fourth album, Romanza, released in 1997, Bocelli turned to pop music. The album included the hit "Time to Say Goodbye," recorded as a duet with Sarah Brightman. Bocelli continued to focus on pop balladry with his fifth album, Sogno, released in 1999, which featured a duet with Celine Dion on the David Foster and Carole Bayer Sager-penned tune, "The Prayer"; it sold more than ten million copies, received a Golden Globe award and led to Bocelli being nominated for a Grammy as best new artist.

In 2001, Bocelli paid tribute to his Tuscan roots with Cieli di Toscana, while the popular Andrea kept his international presence alive in 2004. Bocelli returned in 2006 with two releases: Amore, which peaked at number three on the Billboard Top 200 chart (Bocelli's highest chart position in America), and the live CD/DVD package Under the Desert Sky. His 20th album, a collection of Neapolitan love songs entitled Incanto, was issued in 2008, followed by a holiday album, My Christmas, in 2009. During 2010, he released and toured around Notte Illuminata, and in 2011, Bocelli made his debut at the Metropolitan Opera House in New York as well as performing in Central Park with the New York Philharmonic and guests including Tony Bennett, Celine Dion, Chris Botti, and Bryn Terfel.

1 Con te Partiro  
2 Vivere  
3 Per Amore  
4 Il Mare Calmo Della Sera  
5 Caruso  
6 Macchine da Guerra  
7 Le Tue Parole  
8 Vivo Per Lei  
9 Romanza  
10 La Luna Che Non C'E  
11 Rapsodia  
12 Voglio Restare Cosi  
13 E Chiove  
14 Miserere - Live  
15 Time to Say Goodbye  
16 Con te Partiro Orchestra  
17 Con te Partiro Piano & Voice  
18 Il Mare Calmo Della Sera  
19 Con te Partiro New Orchestra Instrumental  
20 Con te Partiro Orchestra and Choir  
Alan Titchmarsh Interviews Andrea Bocelli and his wife & manager Veronica Berti

Fall 2016 marks the 20-year anniversary of the release of Andrea Bocelli's global breakthrough album, Romanza.   To celebrate the significance of this chart-topping recording, a new 20th anniversary special edition package will be released worldwide and digitally in America on November 18, with the physical CD release to follow on December 2 in the U.S.  Considered Andrea's breakthrough album and still the best-selling Italian album of all time, this special re-mastered edition also boasts 3 bonus tracks including twobrand new versions of his legendary, signature song, "Con Te Partirò"(Time To Say Goodbye).

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