Efficiency in the deserted cathedral, accompanied just by an organist, to provide a message of unity and want to all throughout global pandemic.
On Easter Sunday (April 12, 2020), Italian tenor and global music icon Andrea Bocelli will offer a solo efficiency at the historical Duomo, the cathedral of Milan, Italy, by invite of the City and of the cathedral, and thanks to the hospitality of the Archpriest and the Veneranda Fabbrica del Duomo.
“On the day on which we celebrate the trust in a life that triumphs, I’m honored and happy to answer ‘Si’ to the invitation of the City and the Duomo of Milan” This is how Andrea Bocelli stated ‘yes’ to the City of Milan in this dark time that has actually injured all of Italy.
There will be no audience present, and strictly no gain access to for the public (in compliance with federal government guidelines on Covid-19), however the show will be solely streamed live internationally on the tenor’s YouTube channel from 6PM UK time, joining the world in the face of a global pandemic, in spite of lots of being separated at home.
In a performance representing a message of hope, love and recovery to Italy and the world, the Duomo, an international and national landmark, currently near all, will open its doors incredibly for Andrea Bocelli who will be accompanied just by the cathedral organist, Emanuele Vianelli, playing among world’s biggest pipeline organs. The thoroughly picked pieces, specifically scheduled solo voice and organ for the event, will consist of the well-liked Ave Maria setting by Bach/Gounod and Mascagni’s Sancta Maria– uplifting spiritual music collection on a day symbolic of the renewal of life.
The event is promoted by the City of Milan and the Veneranda Fabbrica del Duomo, produced by Sugar Music and Universal Music Group, thanks to the generous contribution of YouTube. Andrea Bocelli’s involvement is completely pro-bono (in partnership with Almud and Radical Management).
“I am happy Andrea has accepted our invitation,” stated the Mayor of Milan, Giuseppe Sala. “This year, Easter will be very different for all of us. The joyous serenity that usually comes with this day, has been greatly troubled by the pandemic we are experiencing. I am sure that the extraordinary voice of Bocelli will be the embrace we are missing these days, a strong, special hug, capable of warming the heart of Milan, Italy and the world.”
“Our ‘Hallelujah’ is an invitation that we placed in the ark forty days ago and that the flood, which has overwhelmed us all, almost made us forget the joy of expressing it on the day of Easter. The voice and word of Andrea Bocelli reminds us that the reason for our hope does not come from us but it is a gift that comes from God. This is what it means to promote, from our Duomo – the home of the people of Milan – and through the voice of Bocelli, the confidence that the Spirit of the Risen Crucifix will help us shape the days granted to us in the Kingdom of the One who wanted a new humanity, united and fraternal,” stated Monsignor Gianantonio Borgonovo, Archpriest of the Duomo of Milan.
” I think in the strength of hoping together; I think in the Christian Easter, a universal sign of renewal that everybody– whether they are followers or not– genuinely requires today. Thanks to music, streamed live, combining millions of clasped hands all over in the world, we will hug this injured Earth’s pulsing heart, this terrific international create that is factor for Italian pride.
The generous, brave, proactive Milan and the whole of Italy will be once again, and extremely soon, a winning design, engine of a renaissance that all of us wish for. It will be a delight to witness it, in the Duomo, throughout the Easter event which stimulates the secret of birth and renewal,” stated Andrea Bocelli.
Bocelli, with his Foundation, is currently included in an emergency situation COVID-19campaign The Andrea Bocelli Foundation (ABF) has actually begun a charity event to assist healthcare facilities purchase all the instrumentation and equipment required to safeguard their medical personnel. It is possible to contribute through the GoFundMe campaign: https://www.gofundme.com/f/wk67wc-abfxcamerino or by calling the Andrea Bocelli Foundation, by composing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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