I’ll let you think about that for a moment…
That’s right! My husband and I attended the Andrea Bocelli concert on December 3, 2017 at The Little Caesar’s Arena in Detroit, MI.
To say the concert was phenomenal is a major understatement. He collaborated with ballet dancers, The Detroit Symphony Orchestra, and a local choir. The acoustics were designed for him (they had to be).
No one else could have had a voice that found every corner in that arena only to carry his tunes back to him.
Andrea Bocelli is powerful. He may be blind (since age 12); but he is blessed. His intelligence (he went to law school), created a foundation, and is the best Tenor in the world. He has worked with some of today’s most prominent individuals who are leaders politically and musically.
His iconic song “The Prayer” is celebrated for it’s twenty year anniversary. He is still as true to it’s presentation as he has ever been. It was a full house but when the lights were down, it seemed as if no one spoke or moved. We were all mesmerized. Then the house lights came up I was in awe.
So to sum it up, my husband and I had once in a lifetime experience a few days ago. I am properly humbled. Thank goodness.