Andrea Bocelli is the most successfull classical artist of all times – he’s sung for Popes, Presidents and royalty, performed in many of the greatest concert halls and opera houses, and sold 85 million records. He has performed at major international events including the Olympic Games and the World Cup, as well as his own sell-out arena shows. He has a Golden Globe, 7 Classical BRITs and 7 World Music Awards under his belt, plus a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Drawing millions in with his popular crossover appeal, Bocelli has collaborated with iconic opera singers such as Luciano Pavarotti and Plácido Domingo as well as a host of A-list pop stars including Ed Sheeran, Ariana Grande, Céline Dion, Tony Bennett, and many more. His latest album ‘Si’ sees him return to his roots, with an intimate collection of songs that celebrate love, faith and family. The lead track, ‘If Only’, was co-written by Francesco Sartori and the late Lucio Quarantotto – who helped pen one of Bocelli’s biggest hits, ‘Con Te Partirò’ (Time To Say Goodbye), which was released over 20 years ago and has become one of the best-selling singles of all time. Bocelli continues to tour the world, performing major international shows and wowing crowds with his remarkable voice. As Céline Dion said, “If God had a singing voice, he would sound a lot like Andrea Bocelli.