Synonyms for bocelli or Related words with bocelli

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Examples of "bocelli"
~Il trovatore' Verdi -L'onda de' suoni mistici/Di quella pira (Bocelli, Vassileva, e Matteo Bocelli
Bocelli is the second studio album by Andrea Bocelli, released in 1995 on the Polydor GmbH label.
Bocelli was born to Alessandro and Edi Bocelli. Doctors had advised Bocelli's parents to abort Bocelli before birth as they predicted, based on studies, that Bocelli would be born with a disability. The Bocellis declined and gave birth to Andrea. It was evident at birth that Bocelli had numerous problems with his sight, and after visits to many doctors, he was diagnosed with congenital glaucoma. Bocelli has stated that his mother's decision to give birth to him and overrule the doctor's advice was the inspiration for him to hold a pro-life view towards abortion.
Bocelli also took part in the Christmas in Washington special on 12 December. On 19 December, Bocelli gave a concert, conducted by Claudio Scimone, in the Italian Senate.
Bocelli and Trovato performed the song as a live duet during Trovato's 1994 Italian tour, to which Bocelli participated as a regular guest.
Musical guest: Andrea Bocelli—"Canto della Terra"
Sacred Arias (), is the sixth studio album by Andrea Bocelli.
Bocelli has been nominated four times for a Grammy Award.
"The Prayer" (Ft. Andrea Bocelli) (These Are Special Times, 1998)
Arnò has collaborated with the Italian singer Andrea Bocelli.
In December 2010, Headley performed a duet version of "Blue Christmas" and "My Prayer" with Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli on his "My Christmas" tour in six cities. At the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ, on December 4, 2010, the audience insisted on a second encore with Bocelli. Bocelli had to summon the detail to go and bring her back on stage.
The Best of Andrea Bocelli: Vivere is the first greatest hits album released by Italian pop tenor Andrea Bocelli. It includes five new studio recordings and was internationally released by Sugar on 22 October 2007.
By age 20, Jelencovich had performed at Carnegie Hall in New York and at the MGM Grand Las Vegas. After being awarded the National Italian Federation's Andrea Bocelli Scholarship, Jelencovich sang "The Prayer" for Bocelli at a private event.
Andrea Bocelli, (; born 22 September 1958) is an Italian classical crossover tenor, recording artist, and singer-songwriter. Born with poor eyesight, Bocelli became permanently blind at the age of 12, following a football accident.
Bocelli gave 5 concerts in the United States in December 2011, in support of both "My Christmas" and his then new live album, "". Bocelli also performed White Christmas in an appearance at "Good Morning America", airing December 22.
Judy Weiss (born May 31, 1972 in Berlin) is a German singer who became internationally renowned after singing "Vivo per Lei" with Andrea Bocelli in a German-Italian duet in 1996; while Weiss sang in German, Bocelli sang in Italian.
The Spanish version of the album is named Lo Mejor de Andrea Bocelli: Vivire. In Japan the album was released on 19 March 2008 as "Time to Say Goodbye: Bocelli Super Best" and included two bonus tracks.
In 1992, Italian rock star Zucchero held auditions for tenors to make a demo tape of his song "Miserere", to send to Italian tenor Luciano Pavarotti. After hearing Bocelli on tape, Pavarotti urged Zucchero to use Bocelli instead of him. The demo tape was from Caterina Caselli, who had discovered Bocelli. Caselli is Bocelli's current manager and producer. Zucchero eventually persuaded Pavarotti to record the song with him, and it became a hit throughout Europe. In Zucchero's European concert tour in 1993, Bocelli accompanied him to sing the duet, and he was also given solo sets in the concerts, singing "Nessun dorma" from Puccini's "Turandot". Bocelli signed with the Sugar Music label in Milan after the group's president heard Bocelli sing "Miserere" and "Nessun Dorma" at a birthday party for Zucchero.
Bocelli has won 7 World Music Awards, and has received numerous nominations.
In Autumn 2006, she toured with Andrea Bocelli as the guest soprano.