International tenor sensation Andrea Bocelli makes a pilgrimage to the eternal city of Rome for a beautiful holiday concert, featuring works selected from the beloved Italian repertoire that has been sung by every great tenor since Caruso. From Gigli to Pavarotti, this is sacred music that not only captures the thrilling pyrotechnic vocal display of grand opera, but also reflects the deepest spiritual feelings of the world's great composers. Among the treasured arias featured are Schubert's and Gounod's "Ave Maria" and Verdi's "Ingemisco" from his "Requiem," as well as such Christmas standards as "Silent Night" and "Adeste Fideles." Accompanying Bocelli in this program is the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, one of the world's oldest musical institutions, and its chief conductor, Myung-Whun Chung.
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