Music For Hope concert to live stream on Andrea Bocelli’s YouTube channel
The Italian superstar tenor, Andrea Bocelli, will live stream an Easter Sunday concert from Milan’s famed Duomo cathedral. Like churches all over the world this year, the pews will be empty. Bocelli will be accompanied only by organist Emanuele Vianelli. The concert will stream live on Bocelli’s YouTube channel Sunday at 1 p.m. ET.
Italy has been hit hard by the pandemic, and Bocelli’s foundation has raised more than $140,000 via GoFundMe to help hospitals purchase supplies. He will also be part of Global Citizen’s huge “One World: Together At Home” event on April 18.
In a statement, Bocelli said he hopes that the Easter concert, which will consist mostly of spiritual songs like “Ave Maria,” will provide some comfort to viewers regardless of their religion.
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Milan Cathedral, Italy
The Duomo di Milano, the second largest cathedral in the world, features an impressive 135 spires. During this travel restricted times, you can explore the impressive building via a 360-degree virtual tour from the comfort of home.