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Andrea Bocelli Reviews

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Average customer review: 4.0 star rating (4.1 Stars)

Number of reviews: 232



3.0 star rating Will not see again from Las Vegas, Nevada


More than half the songs were sung by his children, very disappointed

3.0 star rating Tamar from New York, New York


We went to Manhattan from Toronto to watch Andrea bocelli not his daughter or his son that there voicees are still not good that i will spend lots of money and listen to bad voices, he must not involve his family to his personal concerts.

3.0 star rating Jackie Bannister from Sunrise, Florida


Spent a small fortune to purchase floor seats with a great view of the stage. The concert started a half-hour late (typical, I now read in other reviews). Late start, 8:30 pm. The first set included 4 songs performed by Bocelli. The half-hour break started 30 minutes after the start (really?!). MUCH of the show was performed by other singers, dancers, a matador. All very good but not what we came for. One singer continuously touged at her very tight dress (clearly not comfortable for her or us). Bocelli sang beautifully - - though the one song recognized by all in the audience ("Time to Say Goodbye") was not performed until the second standing ovation. The (over and over and over again) graphics and film (played over and over and over agina) on panels on the stage before the concert and during the intermission was tedious and way too repetitive. Bocelli made no attempt to connectd with his audience. All in all, he's very talented but the show had ZERO magic.

3.0 star rating Paula from Greenville, South Carolina


I was so looking forward to seeing Bocelli in concert. At 8:00 the arena was sparse (there were 4 seats occupied on my row) and thinking the concert started at 8:00 (per my ticket), I was shocked. Assumed I misread the ticket as people started pouring in at 8:15-8;25. (Indeed, it appears the show was supposed to start at 8:00). Mr. Bocelli came out and sang about 3 operatic songs, then left the stage while another opera singer sang. This pattern continued with Mr. Bocelli alternating with a violinist, another opera singer, and dancers on the side of the stage during the first half. In addition, a painter was painting a portrait of Mr. Bocelli while he sang a song (for audience bid to go to a charity). The overhead screens, various entrances and exits, and lighting were distracting. There was no interaction with the audience during the first half. The description of the production needs to be clearer (e.g., that Mr. Bocelli doesn't sing during the entirety of the show, that there will be other unnamed performers frequently interspersed and that, at least, during the first half, all songs were opera - lovely, but was assuming a variety - maybe this was focus of 2nd half of the show. I left, when after, about 30-45 minutes of Mr. Bocelli and various other entertainer performances, a 20-minute intermission was announced.

3.0 star rating Maxine Casale from Orlando, Florida


Not sure why he decided not to show app for most of the numbers and that others including his daughter, who might be good but not what I paid for. He should have stuck to what he knows which is not trying to Americanize the show. I want my money back.

3.0 star rating Maxine Casale from Orlando, Florida


It was definitely magical when he decided not to have others on stage but to take the stage himself. The only other disappointing mention was his song selection. I have a handful of his CD's and I barely recognized anything on stage, too americanized for my taste and not what I paid for.

3.0 star rating Cheryle E from Philadelphia, PA


Just saw a concert and was disappointed - started late, very little Bocelli himself-- lots of other singers I had never heard before. He sang only one of our favorite songs and very few by himself. The first half was all opera songs. He often left the stage between his songs and let others perform - dancers, singers. I would have preferred a shorter concert with just him singing. His voice is beautiful but the concert itself left a lot to be desired.

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