Il Volo Professional ~~ Live Tour 2015; Napoli

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Hey, Everyone!

 

I know this is very late, but Napoli happened right as I was working on the keepsake book, and I tend to go underground to work on projects like that until I get them done (watch for an upcoming post as soon as the books are shipped to me).  They had a concert last night, but here is a review on their days in Napoli.

~~ Kelly

 

 

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Elio D’Ascenzo Napoli Photo Album ~~ Elio D’Ascenzo Photographer Facebook

 

 

 

Il Volo In Naples Crowds Piazza Plebiscito July 4, 2015 ~~ All About Il Volo

 

 

 

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6 thoughts on “Il Volo Professional ~~ Live Tour 2015; Napoli”

  1. Oh, Kelly, thank you so much!!!! What a way to wake up on Sunday morning drinking endless cups of coffee while listening to these amazing concerts! Thank you, thank you, thank you!

  2. Kelly, this is totally awesome! I had tears running down my face watching Ignazio sing Memory. I’ve never heard him sing it with more love and passion! The photos are priceless. Thank you so much. This must have taken just a wee bit of time to put together! 🙂 You who keep us so informed are so dedicated and we love you for it!

    1. I read somewhere that Ignazio song at a concert devoted to his mother,so therefore he sang so great and extremely heartfelt. His mamma Caterina had a birthday, ( if I’m not mistaken) 10th July.

      1. He sang Unchained Melody for his mother–he sang the whole thing, not as a duet with Gianluca. It was his parent’s anniversary and he said they sang that song at their wedding so he was dedicating it to her.

  3. Its so lovely to hear Ignazio finally do Unchained Melody. I used to think it was a song that could not be improved upon since the orginial…I was wrong, Ignazio does it beautifully as only he can. Now as for my dear sweet Piero, I wonder if he had his glasses on when he first started his filming of this dinner scene. Oy the lack of focus! I watched the entire 11 minutes… but my own eyeballs were tired after! Focus Piero, focus!!

  4. Kelly, this is such a treat! Thank you so much!
    Been extremely busy with serious parental health concerns, so taking time to watch some of Napoli is a welcome joy beyond words!

    Grazie!
    ~ Jeanine, Compassion’s Doorway

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