Elmhurst Concert Choir set to perform with Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli

Elmhurst Concert Choir set to perform with Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli

Elmhurst College Concert Choir has been asked for to sing with well known Italian singer Andrea Bocelli when he takes the stage in Chicago on 13th December, Saturday, as part of his world tour.

Elmhurst College Concert Choir, which is an auditioned band of sixty students from different majors who sing both contemporary and traditional choral music, would perform nine tracks along with Andrea Bocelli during his gig at Allstate Arena in Rosemont.

Elmhurst College’s director of student choral activities Susan Moninger told that the Elmhurst College Concert Choir is excited and humbled at this scope for their students to sing with this world-class artist. This is a magnificent scope to share the talent of Elmhurst College Choir with the rest of the world.

The top selling solo classical music artist of all the time, Andrea Bocelli has executed for 4 United States presidents, 2 popes as well as the royal family, and at ceremonies for World Cup and the Olympic Games. Bocelli has sold over 80 million albums throughout the world. In April, the Italian tenor got the Lifetime Achievement Award at Billboard Latin Music Awards.

The forthcoming gig with Andrea Bocelli is the newest in a series of top profile performances for Concert Choir. Previous December, choir members performed in A Christmas Carol: The Concert, a televised PBS-WTTW special which marked the first time Charles Dickens classic had been accommodated as a live orchestral gig with soloists and a choir. The TV special was appointed for a Primetime Emmy Award, and is planned to air on PBS this holiday season.