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Opera Star Andrea Bocelli’s Concert Film Is Set for Release This Fall: ‘Beyond My Greatest Dreams’

The Italian tenor is coming to the big screen to mark his three decades in opera


Music lovers rejoice: A new artist is joining the list of musicians coming to your screen with a concert film. Andrea Bocelli, the 65-year-old world famous opera singer, will soon be delivering his stunning vocals to theaters and your homes with the release of Andrea Bocelli 30: The Celebration. 

The concert film will be recorded over the course of three days, celebrating his 30th anniversary in the music world, taking place on July 15, 17 and 19 in Tuscany and set to be released in the fall.  Keep scrolling for everything about the concert film. 

Andrea Bocelli’s concert film is being produced by an industry pro

The man behind this exciting venture is none other than Sam Wrench, who is credited with directing a recent worldwide phenomenon, Taylor Swift — The Eras Tour concert film. As if working alongside one of the biggest pop stars in the world wasn’t enough, it has become the highest grossing concert film of all time. 

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“Bringing this incredible show and enviable list of artists to the big screen is a dream come true,” he said. “Andrea’s one of the most cinematic artists ever, and paired with the stunning Tuscan landscape surrounding this spectacular venue, the film will be an immersive visual treat for cinemagoers everywhere.”

Andrea Bocelli’s film will feature a number of famous musicians 

While Bocelli is at the forefront of this highly-anticipated release, viewers can expect to see some other famous faces. Ed Sheeran, Brian May, Shania Twain, Jon Batiste, Russell Crowe, Sofia Vergara, David Foster, Christian Nodal, Sofia Carson, Laura Pausini, Tiziano Ferro, Zucchero, Giorgia and Andrew Bocelli’s son and fellow musician Matteo Bocelli are just a few of the performers set to make an appearance on the Italian stage. 

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Matteo Bocelli and Andrea Bocelli, 2024
Matteo Bocelli and Andrea Bocelli, 2024Getty

“To celebrate the 30th anniversary of my career at Teatro del Silenzio, a place that means so much to me, with artists and friends is an honor,” the famed singer shared. “To be able to share this unforgettable event with the world in cinemas is beyond my greatest dreams.”

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The concert will be produced by Mercury Studios, Maverick, Almud, Impact Productions, and CitySound & Events, and released by Fathom, who last year, were the ones behind THE JOURNEY: A Music Special from Andrea Bocelli

“Mercury Studios are thrilled to announce the Fathom global theatrical release of Andrea Bocelli 30: The Celebration,” said CEO of Mercury Studios Alice Webb. “Fathom have an unrivaled flair for creating outstanding cinema experiences for audiences and we can’t wait to partner with them to share this extraordinary film around the world.”

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Who is Andrea Bocelli?

Bocelli is an Italian tenor who began singing at piano bars and clubs to finance his law education. Since those early days, he has become one of the most widely recognized opera singers in the world, even to those who don’t tend to follow or listen to the genre. 

In a 2020 interview with The Talks, Bocelli said, “It’s a training that started when I was still a child. My parents tell me that even as a baby in my cot, I showed a rapt and powerful emotional reaction to music! I was entranced by the sounds!”

He continued, “These extreme stories touched my heart and I didn’t yet have the necessary framework of experience to measure myself against them. However, I can say that opera has taught me about strength, weakness, heroism, and the contradictions, tragedies and comedies that human feelings can arouse. Opera has the capacity to arouse our emotions, it has the power to make us think about good and evil.”

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