In the evening of August 20 of the next year, the world’s most beloved tenor Andrea Bocelli will be performing at the Tallinn Song Festival Grounds. The tenor’s performance will be spectacular because the programme will include gems of classical music as well as the most popular songs of Bocelli.
Andrea and Matteo Bocelli – ‘Fall on Me’
Born in the Pisa region of Italy, Andrea Bocelli is the world’s most beloved star of classical music. ‘Con Te Partirò’ or in English ‘Time To Say Goodbye’, Andrea Bocelli’s greatest hit in collaboration with Sarah Brightman, is one of the best-selling singles of all time. He has sold over 80 million records, sung to popes, presidents, royal families and has performed in the most renowned concert halls and opera houses in the world. Bocelli is also known as the ‘fourth tenor’.
Andrea Bocelli – ‘Time to Say Goodbye’
On October 26, Bocelli will release Si, his first new album after 14 years, and it is dedicated to love, faith, and family. The album was recorded in Italy and it was produced by the legendary Bob Ezrin, who has collaborated with Pink Floyd and Lou Reed. The first single of the album has already been released to the public. It is titled ‘Fall on Me’ and in addition to Andrea, his son Matteo Bocelli can be heard on it as well. The song became immensely popular only in a matter of days.
Andrea Bocelli’s concert in Estonia will be extraordinary for its technical solutions. According to Tanel Samm, Chief Executive of Monster Music OÜ, the company organising the concert, the artist’s list of technical wishes is very complicated and surpasses what has been seen so far. According to Raul Jürgenson, representative of Eventech OÜ, the company that tends to Bocelli’s concerts in Europe, the Italian has the most demanding sound engineering requirements of all the artists touring in Europe. Higher demands ensure an enjoyable and fulfilling concert.
The prices of the concert that will be held at the Tallinn Song Festival Grounds start at 63 euros. Tickets will go on sale at the same time in all the Baltic states – on Wednesday, 25 October, at 9 a.m.
The number of seats is limited!
The minimum age of concert visitors six years.