Andrea Bocelli Performs Moving ‘Music For Hope’ Concert On Easter Sunday From Italy’s Duomo Di Milano
World-renowned opera singer Andrea Bocelli took the stage in a abandoned Duomo di Milano on Easter Sunday to carry out a live performance dubbed “MusicFor Hope” — however his transferring efficiency was not left unseen. The live performance was live-streamed on YouTube to greater than 3.four million viewers.
Duomo di Milano is closed as a result of pandemic however Bocelli and organist Emanuele Vianelli got entry to the constructing by Archpriest Monsignor Gianantonio Borgonovo and Mayor Giuseppe Sala.
“On the day wherein we have fun the belief in a life that triumphs, I’m honored and glad to reply ‘Sì’ to the invitation of the Metropolis and the Duomo of Milan,” Bocelli mentioned of the Easter Sunday occasion. “I consider within the energy of praying collectively; I consider within the Christian Easter, a common image of rebirth that everybody — whether or not they’re believers or not — really wants proper now.”
Italy has suffered greater than 19,000 deaths because of COVID-19 and the U.S. has since surpassed them with over 20,000 deaths. Bocelli’s efficiency served a second of consolation and hope as he sang renditions of “Panis Angelicus,” “Ave Maria,” “Sancta Maria” and “Domine Deus” in addition to a efficiency of “Wonderful Grace” exterior of the cathedral.
Watch the total efficiency beneath.