Andrea Bocelli is well – known around the world for his unique voice and performing with the songs from classical style to pop. Andrea Bocelli was born on September 22, 1958 in the Italian province of Pisa, in Lajatiko, and from an early age was very gifted with musical talents.
In 1970, Andrea won his first singing contest, Margherita d'Oro in Viareggio, performing the song "O sole mio" and 1994, Bocelli produced his first disc, "Il Mare Calmo Della Sera", which was released, becoming the Golden Disc.
Andrea performs Mattinata by Leoncavallo and sings a duet with maestro Pavarotti, "Notte e Piscatore" Morante. He also performs in the finale of Brindisi from La Traviata along with Nancy Gustavson, Georgia, Andreas Vollenweider and Brian Adams.
Andrea was awarded many awards, including the Luciano Cirri Prize in Rome for his achievements and as a representative of Italian culture in the world.
For the same reason, he is honored with the Caruso Award, as well as the national award for merits in the field of music as the best classical performer, the award in America as the best performer in the world.