Andrea Bocelli beautifully sings Phantom of the Opera cover

I knew him singing this would be beautiful - but even still he caught me off guard. I barely breathed through this, what an outstanding performance he delivered.


It’s practically impossible for one not to get emotional when the powerful voice of the great Andrea Bocelli fills the air. He’s one of the best tenors in the history of music who never ceases to amaze the crowds while performing his greatest hits like the Italian songs “La Voce Del Silenzio”, “Dare to Live (Vivere)” and “Fall on Me” with son, Matteo.

His fellow friend Celine Dion with whom he performed our all time favorite “The Prayer” has said that “if God would have a singing voice, he must sound a lot like Andrea Bocelli,” and honestly, we can’t agree more. Those who had that unique chance to see Andrea performing live describe the experience as divine. This time, this chart-topping singer has treated the audience with the music of the best musical of all time: The Phantom of the Opera, and he sounds as amazing as ever.

At the age of 12, Bocelli completely lost his ability to see as a result of an accident at a soccer match. However, this never stood on his way to success. He knew his talent had to be shared with the whole world and worked hard to be seen and given the recognition he deserved, thus got on the list of the best singers of all time. He learned how to play the piano and other instruments and let music lead his way to the stars.

People first heard of Bocelli after Luciano Pavarotti himself invited him to be part of the “Miserere.” Ever since, his music career went upwards and he’s still one of the best in the industry. He has received numerous awards throughout the years, as well as a star in the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

The performance you are about to see is just a further proof that Bocelli’s vocal is hard to beat. Or better said, impossible. He performed the song “The Music of the Night” by Andrew Lloyd Webber and enchanted the audience.

The connection Bocelli makes with each piece of music he performs is felt by everyone who gets to listen to him.

Take a look at the video below and enjoy.