Andrea Bocelli announces an Australian tour with plans to perform for fans later this year with a 70-piece orchestra and 60-piece choir
He recently performed for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee at the Palace Party.
And now Italian operatic tenor Andrea Bocelli, 63, has announced a five-city Australian tour for 2022.
The tour will feature a 70-piece orchestra and 60-person choir in all its glory and will take place in October.
Tour: Italian operatic tenor Andrea Bocelli, 63, has announced a five-city Australian tour for 2022. Pictured, he performs at the Palace party for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee on June 4
The 63-year-old will draw on his spectacular catalog of work, spanning almost 30 years, to stun and amaze audiences across Australia.
Bocelli’s tour kicks off in Brisbane on Tuesday October 25 before moving on to Sydney, The Hunter Valley, Melbourne and Perth.
For Telstra Plus members, tickets are available online from Wednesday June 15 at noon, for the general public, tickets will be available from Friday June 17.
Music icon: The 63-year-old will draw on his spectacular catalog of work, spanning nearly 30 years, to stun and amaze audiences across Australia. Pictured with his wife Veronica Berti
Andrea believes it’s not just about concerts, but about opportunities to immerse yourself in musical beauty on a grand scale.
He said, “For these upcoming shows, my goal is to restore serenity and gently enter people’s hearts.
“I have always found Australian audiences to be passionate, enthusiastic and friendly.”
He went on to explain the language of music saying, “With its ability to inspire and heal, music is its own language and I never tire of performing these songs.”
“Music is essential nourishment for the human spirit.
‘What better way to celebrate the joys of life than by singing!’
Concert: ‘What better way to celebrate the joys of life than by singing!’ Matteo Bocelli and Andrea Bocelli perform at Bvlgari Customer Dinner on June 04, 2021 in Milan, Italy