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Andrea Bocelli will conduct the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra in a second performance

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Indianapolis, Indiana – The world-famous artist Andrea Bocelli will make his second appearance in Indiana.

The Italian tenor, whose voice is among the most well-known in the entertainment business, stopped at Gainbridge Fieldhouse for the first time on his 2022 tour. Based on the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Bocelli will return to the same stage in response to public demand.

On Saturday, April 13, 2024, at Gainbridge Fieldhouse, Bocelli will bring a portion of his spring tour. The ISO announced on Wednesday that its musicians will rejoin with Bocelli.

“This spring, the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra is excited to share the stage with the illustrious Andrea Bocelli. James M. Johnson, CEO of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, stated, “Our patrons enthusiastically praised the 2022 performance that brought the ISO and Mr. Bocelli together for the first time, and when the opportunity arose to reunite for another concert, we were delighted to accept.”

ISO stated in a press statement announcing the tour stop that Bocelli’s 65th birthday falls on the same day of the tour, formally marking 30 years of his career.

A portion of ISO’s activities in central Indiana will profit from the Indianapolis concert.

A restricted 200 tickets were made available on the orchestra’s website beginning on Wednesday, prior to full public ticket sales. According to the statement, the reserved tickets are the best seats available, and a portion of the sales will go toward helping the orchestra continue to provide classical music to the community. The initial batch of tickets are being offered for $500 each.

Members of the Andrea Bocelli Fan Club, ISO subscribers, and Citi cardholders will also have access to early tickets.

On Tuesday, October 10, general tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. via Ticketmaster and at the Gainbridge Fieldhouse box office.

The show will include songs from his most recent studio album, “Believe,” which was published in 2020, as well as arias, crossover successes, and love ballads that have made Bocelli renowned.

 

 

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