Andrea Bocelli Performs ‘O Come All Ye Faithful’ In His Popular ‘Believe In Christmas’ Stream

Andrea Bocelli Is Ringing In Christmas!

This year Andrea Bocelli will be back by popular demand to perform his record-breaking “Believe In Christmas”. The Italian tenor originally performed the live show in 2020 when everyone was stuck at home.

It was streamed live from the stunning Teatro Regio di Parma Opera House in Italy and will be repeated this year due to massive demand. He will be performing between the 10th and the 12th of December 2021. Take a look at his performance of ‘O Come All Ye Faithful’ from last year’s “Believe In Christmas”.

Bocelli said, “December and the loveliest time of the year are back, and I am particularly happy that Believe in Christmas is being streamed again. It will be nice to hold hands again and, with music, exchange a wish that can go beyond words and reach the hearts of each of you, as is my hope.”

Below you can see a magical performance from the world’s most loved tenor this time singing “Silent Night”. The performance took place in the Frasassi Caves located in Italy. The Italian superstar tenor showcased his natural vocal ability utilising the natural acoustics offered by the walls of the caves, the results are something pretty special. This is sure to get you in the festive spirit!

Andrea Bocelli & Elton John

The tenor singer Andrea Bocelli is known as a living legend amongst music fans across the globe. His wonderful voice has captured the hearts of millions over the years, especially with high-profile and family duets. His voice seems to compliment whoever is performing with him.

Elton John is seen by many as one of the world’s greatest ever musicians. An exceptional pianist, personality and of course, songwriter. Below is Sir Elton performing

This magical pairing was brought on to the stage at the “Colosseo di Roma” back in 2017 as part of the Andrea Bocelli Show.

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