World renowned classical star Andrea Bocelli will perform in South Africa on two tour dates in 2019.
According to Channel 24, the award-winning artist will hit the stage in Johannesburg on April 18 at..
Patrice Evra has gone viral again – perhaps literally this time – after posting yet another bizarre video on social media. The former Manchester United and France defender has been making a name.. SoccerNews.com - Published
Twitter users noticed the Italian tenor appearing in the first commercial break after he had wowed the congregation at St George's Chapel with renditions of Ave Maria and Panis Angelicus. MailOnline - Published
Hundreds of royals and celebrities joined together to watch Princess Eugenie’s wedding to Jack Brooksbank at Windsor Castle. Princess Charlotte suffered a tumble on the way up the stairs,.. OK! - Published
British tourists Christopher and Anita Lowe from Oldham, right, and Peter and Jenny Ball from north Wales, left, complained after attending an Andrea Bocelli concert where he sung an opera. MailOnline - Published
Nicola Purkiss travelled with her partner and two pals to see the tenor in his home town, but they were disappointed after he only had 'a bit part in a horrendously boring opera'. Daily Record - Published
YuMi, designed by robotics firm ABB, based in Zurich, was taught to mimic maestro Andrea Colombini's gestures for the world first performance by a two handed automated conductor. MailOnline - Published
PISA, Italy (Reuters) - YuMi the humanoid robot showed no signs of nerves on Tuesday night as it raised its baton to conduct the Lucca Philarmonic orchestra alongside Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli. Reuters - Published
Prince Charles and Camilla are such fans of Carly Paoli that they've asked to be the first get a copy of her debut album. The Mansfield classical singer, who has performed with opera giants Andrea.. Nottingham Post - Published
Leicester City writer James Sharpe discusses the major talking points from the final game of the season, a 1-1 draw at home to Bournemouth It was a season unlike any other That's it, then. Leicester.. Leicester Mercury - Published
Sports reporter James Sharpe picks five talking points from Leicester City's 3-0 win over Watford. Was it really a year ago? A year is a long time in football, but a couple of months can feel like even.. Leicester Mercury - Published
The trouble with time is that it has a terrible habit of marching on, writes Gary Silke in his Leicester City fanzone column. The moments in life that you want to live in forever gradually disappear.. Leicester Mercury - Published
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Thankfully the majority of our pinnacle artists maintain enough common sense to decline *Donald J. Trump’s* offer to perform at his inauguration - whether that’s down.. Clash - Published