The legendary Andrea Bocelli sang ‘Adeste Fideles,’ more commonly known as ‘O Come All Ye Faithful.’ His phenomenal performance was part of his live-streamed concert Believe in Christmas: Encore.
In Italy’s Teatro Regio di Parma Opera House, he put on his unbelievable show. Andrea looked dapper in a black suit, and the crowd sat quietly in awe of his sheer presence.
A majestic yellow light shines down on Andrea as the orchestra plays the familiar tune. He smiles and waits for his queue, then he begins to sing with his world-renowned voice.
White confetti that looks like snowflakes falls slowly from above the stage. A group of dancers formed a circle around Andrea, and they watched him as he sang.
His voice fills the opera house, not an easy feat by any means, but for him, it is an everyday task. Then the dancers begin to move as the music swells.
The dancers defy gravity as they twist and bend. It is almost as if the music keeps them afloat when they bend backward. Andrea continues to sing brilliantly.
Since the floor is filled with white confetti, Andrea is surrounded by snow. His brilliant performance ends with him sustaining a long note, and the orchestra stops playing at the same time he stops singing.