Why See Andrea Bocelli?
Returning to the Metropolitan Opera!
Andrea Bocelli, one of the world's most successful classical performers, returns to the Metropolitan Opera for the first time in seven years. Holding two performances where the tenor will present Three Centuries of Love, and follow the upcoming release of his first album in 14 years, Si. Under the baton of Eugene Kohn, Bocelli will perform alongside members of the Met Orchestra, and special guests - who are yet to be announced.
There aren't many singers that can claim to be a legend in their own lifetime, but he is often described as such, with fans coming from high places to heap acclaim on this operatic powerhouse, such as Elizabeth Taylor, who said of Bocelli: 'My mind, my soul were transported by his beauty, his voice, his inner being.' proving that his angelic voice can touch and inspire anyone who hears it.
This is a stunning opportunity to see the man himself in the flesh in a performance that is sure to stick with you for some time to come.
Opening night: 10 February 2019
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