Andrea Bocelli's New Album Cinema Pays Tribute to Movie Classics

World-renowned Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli is back with his new album Cinema.

Along with an A-list team, including musical icons David Foster, Humberto Gatica, and Tony Renis, the Grammy winner has compiled a collection of beloved and timeless cinema classics in a variety of languages such as "Maria" (West Side Story), "Nelle Tue Mani (Now We Are Free) from Gladiator, and "The Music of the Night" (The Phantom of the Opera).

Also included are themes from The Godfather ("Brucia La Terra") and La vita è bella ("Sorridi Amore Vai"), as well as the duets "E Più Ti Penso," featuring Italian-American singer Ariana Grande (Once Upon a Time in America), and "No Llores Por Mi Argentina" (Evita) with Nicole Scherzinger.


The album is available in International, Deluxe, and Spanish versions. Following its release, US public broadcasting station PBS will air a nationwide special based on the album, filmed at Hollywood's Dolby Theater, as part of the fifth season of PBS Arts Fall Festival. It is set to air on November 27.

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