Andrea Bocelli sends a message of hope with a free concert at the Duomo

The talented tenor will give a solo performance in an empty cathedral
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Andrea Bocelli sends a message of hope with a free concert at the Duomo
Crystal artist Sara Shakheel's vision of the Duomo in Milan is only outshone by Andrea Bocelli's astonishing talent

Following in the footsteps of Giorgio Armani, who presented his AW20 collection in an empty auditorium, Italian global music icon Andrea Bocelli will give an entirely solo performance on Sunday 12 April 2020  at Duomo Cathedral in Milan as a message of love, healing and hope to Italy and the world as the global pandemic continues. 

"I think that, in this moment, music can help," Andrea acknowledged. "And in this moment, I think it's very important to do our best to create positivity among the people. My idea - my will will be to help people don't lose the hope."

In a first of its kind performance without an audience, Andrea has even revealed he'll be playing the piano himself. Dubbed Music For Hope, the concert will take place at 9pm Gulf Standard time and streamed on his YouTube channel here. Don't miss this extraordinary musical event that will define an era. 

Photo: Instagram @sarashakheel