Andrea Bocelli to Release a Concert Film Starring Plácido Domingo, Aida Garifullina & Nadine Sierra

By Francisco Salazar

Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli’s concert film, “Andrea Bocelli 30: The Celebration,” will be released globally in theaters this fall by Fathom.

The film will document the three-day July event honoring Bocelli’s 30th anniversary in music.

The event, which is set for July 15, 17 & 19, will take place in Lajatico at the Teatro del Silenzio in Tuscany. The film will encapsulate this once-in-a-lifetime concert, which will showcase Bocelli’s repertoire alongside duets with fellow performers.

Confirmed performers will include Ed Sheeran, Brian May, Shania Twain, Jon Batiste, Russell Crowe, Sofia Vergara, David Foster, Christian Nodal, Sofia Carson, Laura Pausini, Tiziano Ferro, Zucchero, Giorgia, Matteo Bocelli and classical stars Plácido Domingo, José Carreras, Lang Lang, Aida Garifullina, and Nadine Sierra.

In a statement Bocelli said, “To celebrate the 30th anniversary of my career at Teatro del Silenzio, a place that means so much to me, with artists and friends is an honor. To be able to share this unforgettable event with the world in cinemas is beyond my greatest dreams.”

“Andrea Bocelli 30: The Celebration, the concert film,” will be produced by Mercury Studios, Maverick, Almud, Impact Productions, and CitySound & Events, and released theatrically by Fathom.

The film will be directed by Sam Wrench.