This year, Andrea Bocelli is again returning to his hometown of Lajatico to perform a special one-night show at his Teatro del Silenzio and ActivityBreaks.com have a range of ticket & accommodation packages to make sure you don't miss out! Each year, Andrea Bocelli plays special concerts in the Teatro del Silenzio for his home crowd, and people travel from far and wide to take in this spectacular event with its great backdrops and surprise guests.
An open-air venue, the Teatro del Silenzio is unique in that it lives up to its name by staying silent the rest of the year when Bocelli is not performing his annual summer shows! Located just outside Pisa and 95km from Florence, it is a great location in the Tuscan countryside to take in the show, but also provide options to explore nearby tourist spots in Italy.
ActivityBreaks.com have a number of packages in hotels in Volterra, San Gimignano, Lajatico, Bagnia Siena and Marina di Castagneto. Included in these is accommodation of various nights, return concert transfers and tickets. We have tickets from the executive area CAT 1 VIP tickets right through to CAT 6 non-numbered tickets at the back of the theatre. Prices start for our ready-made packages start from £311per person. View all our packages, or contact our customer service team if you would like a different hotel & ticket combination!
Did you know though, that this concert is classified as a Pop-Opera? Operatic pop is a subgenre of pop music that is performed in an operatic singing style or a song, theme or motif from classical music stylized as pop. In 1986, operatic tenor Luciano Pavarotti had a hit with the Lucio Dalla song "Caruso", which helped to spark a flourishing of operatic pop. This song was also covered by Andrea Bocelli, and he’s kept his finger in the pop world by recently doing a duet with Arianna Grande! Groups like Il Divo and Amici Forever have achieved popularity with the mix of "contemporary pop with operatic style" characteristic of operatic pop. The subgenre is often performed by classical crossover singers and acts, although that field is much broader in the types of music it encompasses. "Popera" performances, such as those by the Three Tenors, have reached larger audiences and brought in greater profits than typical for operatic music.
The Teatro del Silenzio concert is definitely not one to be missed, so why not get in contact with our customer services team on email@example.com and get a tailor made quote today?