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Part of PBS' long-running Great Performances program, Concerto: One Night in Central Park features legendary Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli's 2011 free concert on Central Park's Great Lawn. Bocelli is backed by the New York Philharmonic, conducted by longtime musical director Alan Gilbert. [This deluxe edition includes a DVD with all 17 tracks from the evening's performance.]

Biography

Born: 22 September 1958 in Lajatico, Tuscany, Italy

Genre: Classical

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Often called "the fourth tenor," Andrea Bocelli has established himself as an enduring international star in both classical and pop music. A disciple of Luciano Pavarotti and Zucchero Fornaciari, the blind, Tuscany-born vocalist emerged as one of the most exciting voices in contemporary opera during the late 20th century. His participation in Pavarotti's 1992 hit "Miserere" and Fornaciari's 1993 world tour helped propel him to international attention. Opera represented only one side of his musical...
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