ANDREA BOCELLI - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 320955
Sale Price $126.00
4x6 color publicity photo of the singer leaning against a white piano
Photograph signed: "Andrea Bocelli". Color, 4x6. Italian-born international superstar Andrea Bocelli (born in Tuscany in 1958) has thrilled audiences around the globe as both a solo artist and for his work with such greats as Luciano Pavarotti (the two first teamed up on "Miserere" and Bocelli would later sing "Ave Maria" at his friend's 2003 wedding) and Sarah Brightman (their duet, "Con Te Paratirò" or "Time to Say Good-bye", is one of Bocelli's most recognizable songs). Bocelli, who has found success with pop ballads as well as opera, also teamed up with Céline Dion for the Academy Award-nominated song, "The Prayer", from the 1998 animated film, The Quest for Camelot. In addition to his recordings, which include Romanza, Viaggo Italiano, Bocelli, Sacred Arias, Andrea and Amore as well as full-length operas, Bocelli has moved crowds during appearances in such diverse settings as the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the smoldering ruins of Ground Zero, the base of the Statue of Liberty, the closing of the 2006 Winter Olympic Games and concert venues around the world. He has also sung for Pope John Paul II, and Bocelli brought his music to millions with his television specials, which include Andrea Bocelli: A Night in Tuscany (1998), Tuscan Skies - Andrea Bocelli (2001) and Great Performances: Amore Under the Desert Sky (2006), and his guest appearances on other specials, including Pavarotti & Friends 2 (1994), Céline Dion: These Are Special Times (1998), Sarah Brightman in Concert (1998), Pavarotti: The Last Tenor (2004) and The Royal Variety Performance 2005 (2005). He also coached the six finalists from American Idol for their "classic love songs" week and made a live appearance on the show in 2006. Bocelli, who has been blind since the age of 12, also plays the piano, flute and saxophone, and he earned a law degree before starting on his full-time music career. Bocelli first published his autobiography, La Musica del silenzio (The Music of Silence) in 1999; the English version was released the following year as Andrea Bocelli: The Autobiography. Fine condition.
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