Andrea Bocelli Sings ‘Hallelujah’ With His Daughter Live In 2021
One of the world’s most loved tenor singers appeared on stage at the Hollywood Bowl in California on the 24th of October 2021. To the delight of his fans there that day his young daughter, Virginia, joined him on stage.
The family duo performed a cover of Lenard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” showcasing the up-and-coming youngster’s brilliant vocals. You can watch their live performance in the video below and scroll down further for their full studio recording of the cover – which is also amazing!
Father And Daughter Duet
Of all the different types of music, opera is perhaps the most common type that listeners either love or hate. In recent years, however, a number of performers have released songs that move opera more towards the mainstream. These performers include the band Il Divo and soloists Russell Watson, Katharine Jenkins and, of course, Andrea Bocelli.
Andrea Bocelli has become a well-known name across the pop and classical music scene. However, he has also been prolific in regards to creating duets with his family and other superstar musicians. The video below is perhaps his most adorable creation though, singing Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah with his, at the time, 8-year-old daughter, Virginia.
Scroll down to watch Andrea perform a romantic duet with his wife, Veronica.
Andrea Performs Romantic Duet With Wife, Veronica
Andrea met his second wife Veronica Berti in 2002 not long after his divorce from his first wife Enrica with whom he has two sons. Veronica was made CEO of Andrea’s currency management office a few years later and helped him found the Andrea Bocelli Foundation in 2011.
The foundation’s mission is to “empower people and communities in situations of poverty, illiteracy, distress due to illness and social exclusion by promoting and supporting national and international projects that promote the overcoming of these barriers and the expression of their full potential.”
Andrea Bocelli is a wonderful talent and a national treasure of Italy. His duets are always wonderful to listen to and he has raised a talented family of future musicians. Hopefully, we will continue to see more from this brilliant talent.