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Beautiful singer. Truly. Bravo! But sometimes it makes more sense to breathe than not to breathe (Ma ne avro, ma ne avro vendetta!). And high notes are not always desirable (at the end of the ''Quando le sere al placido'', for example). Be emotional, not sentimental. Looking forward to seeing how this voice and artist develop.

Very Good Now, Better Later

Vittorio has been singing for a few years now...this album demonstrates his classical abilities. Like others have said, it will be interesting to see how he develops. Obviously, his voice is still "green" but will, like wine, improve over time. If you heard Mario Lanza or Placido Domingo when they were very young, they didn't sound as good as they did in their late 30s (Lanza only lived to be 39). Like other classical artists, Vittorio will need to appeal to a wide range...and a few weeks ago he appeared to the masses on ABC Good Morning America, so he'll have his opportunity to make a name...and then can concentrate on seasoning his voice. Like Bocelli, Lanza, Domingo, Carreras, and Pavarotti, he has the potential, unlike Josh Groban who has an excellent voice for pop, but not true classical.


I came across this singer today. And when I heard the preview of Che Gelida Manina from La Bohème I got goosebumps run down my spine. I think he is an amazing singer.


Born: February 19, 1977

Genre: Classical

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

Vittorio Grigolo exemplified the qualities of the crossover genre that exists between classical music and the pop world; he had the lifestyle and fashion sense of Robbie Williams but sang with a voice like Luciano Pavarotti. Actually dubbed Il Pavarottino ("the little Pavarotti") after he performed with the great tenor as a child, he later went on to develop his own mature style and gradually moved away from crossover back toward "pure" classical music. Grigolo was born in Arezzo and, while still...
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