UNTITLED CONCERT, GIAPPONE by Daniela

While in Japan, IL VOLO participated in the registration of a program called UNTITLED CONCERT.

It’s really a lot of fun, in this video you will see a version, made in four, of MY WAY, you will witness joking moments, you will hear “O SOLE MIO” and “GRANADA” and a particular version accompanied by the orchestra alone: “MUSICA CHE RESTA”.

Enjoy the beautiful video!

Really nice and engaging to our boys, and the public certainly appreciated.

Here is a nice sequence of photos.

UNTITLED CONCERT 01

UNTITLED CONCERT 02

UNTITLED CONCERT 03

UNTITLED CONCERT 04

The translation of the tweet: Three great tenor’s coming again! The world’s attention now. The musicians of the Italian trio. Young people of young people will play famous songs with stable bright singing voices!

And here, a list of Japanese iTunes. Even if it is a daily ranking, it is really nice to have these satisfactions.

Japanese_iTunes_IL_VOLO_ranking

I can say that IL VOLO’s charisma has reached as far as the Far East.

The land of the rising sun welcomed Gianluca, Piero and Ignazio with a big hug.

Beautiful music is always and everywhere appreciated, beyond the momentary fashions, the abilities of our boys, are visible to everyone.

Daniela

 

Credit to owners of all photos and video.

29 thoughts on “UNTITLED CONCERT, GIAPPONE by Daniela”

  1. When are we going to see these wonderful young men and their beautiful singing in Australia and New Zealand! They promised on their very first marketing tour they’d be back. I’m beginning to think it’s not going to happen sob sob ☹️😞

    1. Carla, we hope that to celebrate their tenth anniversary, they can come to Australia. But I believe , you must request their presence.
      Fingers crossed.

      1. Thank you Daniela we do hope so. Where would we send the request of their presence? We have written before but have had no response so I’m not sure it went to the correct address. 😊

  2. I thought that was one of the best concerts I have watched personally As you said above, funny, great singing and I absolutely loved the maestro and the orchestra was great, never overpowering the guys All in all superb.

    1. Beverley, it certainly is a well executed concert.
      The voices were well set, and the boys very focused.
      The Japanese boy was also very good, their 4 voices were well mixed.

  3. I agree Beverley, the boys voices came through beautifully. What a wonderful addition to my day. Thank you for sharing this. It’s the best!

  4. Daniela thank you so much for the video. The orchestra is superb and the boys are fantastic. Inwish there were more videos of their Japanese concerts.

    1. Sonia, this was not part of their concerts, it was a program for Japanese television, and I believe it was only broadcast last week.
      In any case, they have faced this program, with a lot of skill and also a lot of sympathy, demonstrating once again their professionalism

  5. What a nice video! They looked like they were really enjoying themselves. Beautiful orchestra…music and interactions. Thanks Daniela and Pat.😊

    1. Dear Jane, I think they certainly have fun, because when you do a job with great passion and friendship, even if it requires great energy and professionalism, work becomes fun, for yourself and for others.

  6. What a fun video. There is a lot of love and friendship on that stage. Gian has even stated recently that after Italy Japan is his favorite country. The guys sounded great and were obviously enjoying them selves. it strikes me as i watched 3 young Italian men, singing an American song and a Spanish song, trying their hand at some Japanese and on the stage with Japanese singers and hosts, that this is a wonderful example of respect and love of so many cultures and backgrounds. If only the world was more like Il Volo maybe the world would be a more cohesive , compassionate and respectful place. The unrest and hatred in so many parts of the world is unsettling and Maybe that is one reason that Il Volo appeals so much to me with their love and and acceptance and friendship. Just Sayin.

    1. I’m sure what you said is true. The boys know how to mix well and respect the various different cultures.
      It would take more examples so to get along better.
      Music must unite, not divide, music must be respect. Music is a universal language.

  7. I think it’s one of Ignazio’s finest notes and moments in performance that I’ve listened to. And the precise, superb orchestra was made for all three. I’m wondering if it was only recorded a week or so ago, because Piero’s hair is much longer in this video than I’ve seen it in recent weeks?

    1. Mark, yes, it’s a really nice performance. It was recorded in May, when they were in Japan. It was not part of the tour, it was a television program, but recorded live in a theater.

  8. Thanks Daniela for bringing this video. I loved the calm and polite three boys. It must have been hard on Ignazio not to be moving all the time. I am so happy that Japan concerts turned out so well.

    1. Regina, let’s say the program was more like an excerpt from Magic Night.
      I was in Florence at the first Magic Night and I assure you that the boys were extremely serious and composed. Let’s say that these guys adapt and know how to face the best occasions.

  9. Thank you Daniela for this video. Piero, Ignazio and Gianluca looked and sounded great! They really are so good about joining in and having fun even when there is a language barrier. They manage to transcend it all!

    1. I totally agree with you, Margaret, these guys have a way of doing things, going over any obstacle, even strong language differences and very different customs.

  10. Wonderful video! Thanks for bring it for us!!! Loved the orchestra only version to Musica Che Resta, completely different!!!

  11. Thank you for sharing this great video Daniela. Wonderful interaction with the audience, inspite of the language difference. And I just love Musica Che Resta with the orchestra only.

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