Andrea Bocelli releases new album


Following his Easter concert in the empty Milan Cathedral, Andrea Bocelli will release his new album Believe on November 13. On the record he is accompanied by Alison Krauss, among others, who received no fewer than 27 Grammys for her work.

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In addition, the new album by the Italian tenor also contains duets with opera singer Cecilia Bartoli and an unreleased song by the Italian composer Ennio Morricone, who died this year.

Believe is a collection of music that has inspired and supported Bocelli over the years. “The concept behind this is based on three words: faith, hope and charity,” said the 62-year-old singer. “These are the three theological virtues of Christianity, but – quite independent of any religious belief – they are also the three keys to giving meaning to the life of each of us.”

In April, the tenor’s Music for Hope performance drew no fewer than 28 million viewers on YouTube in 24 hours. This made it one of the largest musical live streams ever.


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