Whether he’s performing in front of a live audience or for a select crowd, no one can deny that Andrea Bocelli Knows how to move people with his interpretation of music.
Known for singing hits such as “pray“with Celine Dion and”i will leave with you’, the Italian tenor’s latest performance hit Instagram on Feb. 8 as a way to promote his new film Journey: The Musical Special of Andrea Bocellihe recruited the singer tori kelly Help him soulfully rendition of Leonard Cohen’s classic tune “Hallelujah“What’s more, the duo sang this song Abbey of San Galgano from his native country Italy.
Surrounded by other musicians and backing vocals, Andrew and Tori sang the lyrics in a beautiful combination of English and Italian.Fans can look forward to seeing stunning aerial views that enhance the experience Journey: The Musical Special of Andrea Bocelli,this will theater premiere only In the first week of April.
Because both Andrea and Tori have loyal fan bases, it didn’t take long for this version of “Hallelujah” to spread online. Unsurprisingly, their followers couldn’t stop raving about how good their duet sounded.
“I could listen to Andrea Bocelli all day long ❤️❤️❤️,” wrote one user in the Instagram comments section. “What a beautiful duet in a beautiful setting. ❤️,” agreed another. “Two beautiful souls singing so beautifully together. Love this song 🎶,” another user raved.
So, what exactly can fans expect? Journey: The Musical Special of Andrea Bocelli?According to the film’s official website, audiences will see grammy nominee and his wife Veronica Berti Take a horseback ride along Italy’s ancient Via Francigena and visit some of the most stunning places and historical sites in the country.
What’s more, the pope blessed Andrea including his children Matteo and Virginiaalong with some musical guests) sings with him as he travels along “the footsteps of the apostles and saints used by pilgrims for centuries,” according to the film’s website.
Assistant to the Entertainment and News Editor good housekeeping, Adrianna (s/he) writes about all things TV, movies, music, and pop culture. She graduated from Yeshiva University with a BA in Journalism and a minor in Business Administration.she covers shows like rookie, 9-1-1 and gray anatomythough when she’s not watching the latest show on Netflix, she’s learning martial arts or drinking too much coffee.