The Taormina dates scheduled for 4 and 5 September have been postponed for a year
TAORMINA (ME) – Due to the persistence of the emergency due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Il Volo concerts scheduled for this summer at the Ancient Theater have been postponed to 2021. The appointments scheduled for 4 and 5 September have been postponed on the same dates (4 and 5 September) for next year.
Tickets already purchased will remain valid for the corresponding dates of 2021. All information is available on the Friends and Partners and Ticketone websites.
The history of this group is well known: in 2009 the first meeting between Piero Barone, Gianluca Ginoble and Ignazio Boschetto: three incredible voices that this year celebrate ten years of great success all over the world, also celebrated by the luminous signs that are been dedicated to Times Square, New York, on the occasion of the release of the best of “10 Years” (Sony Music) and the next concerts in the United States of America.
After a tour that took them to Japan, Europe and Latin America in 2020 Il Volo, in addition to the already announced concerts in North America, has special dates in Italy. Furthermore, the trio that has conquered international audiences will perform in the main Italian sports halls in Turin, Milan and Rome in November 2020.
“10 Years” was released in various versions, including one made specifically for the Latin market and one for the Japanese market. It collects the most representative pieces of Il Volo’s repertoire, from “O Sole mio”, to “My Way”, to “Grande amore”, from the bel canto of the Italian tradition, to the American evergreen. The tracklist consists of both tracks recorded in the studio and new live recordings. It also includes the exclusive “Live in Matera” DVD.
Piero, Gianluca and Ignazio started their careers at a very young age and their constant rise led them to duet with the likes of Barbra Streisand and Placido Domingo, to win the Sanremo Festival at the age of twenty, to fill the Arena of Verona and the Radio City Music Hall in New York, to collect standing ovations on tours in Europe, America and Japan.