Especial de Natal IL Volo – Amaury Jr. recebe o trio formado por Gianluca Ginoble, Ignazio Boschetto e Piero Barone interpreta canções natalinas nos estúdios da Rede Tv! 12/24/2013
Jenny pointed us in the direction of this interview Il Volo did while in Brazil that appears to have aired on December 24, 2013. Our MN (mlla) translated it at the request of JDB. Thank you Jenny, MN and JDB!
MN: “JDB, for u, forgive erros and omission. Bit rushy.
PB ..On how they met IB Explaining differences in voices and they do a cappella White Xmas
Explaining collaborations with famous singers and how they could learn from them
GG : Il Volo singing a mix between classical and pop and not only in Italian
At question when did you discover that Santa Claus did not exist GG saying he cried when his mother told him and he was about 6/7 ”
Then when asked which Italian city/region they think is the best Gianluca said Rome, Venice and Florence and Region of Tuscany and Sardinia. Piero, Rome and Taormina. Ignazio prefers Marsala and Sicily
On Xmas: They like Christmas also because they know that they will be home.
Asked if they are in love they all said NO
On collaborating with Barbra Streisand Ignazio said it was an honor and a privilege to be part of her show because she is one of the living legends as she is a the most professional artist and a perfectionist in all she does singing, directing and acting and they will never forget it. Piero recalled that when she opened her mouth to sing it was like hearing the voice of an angel singing. Gian saying about his passion for American music/singers and recall how emotional he was in meeting her.
Ignazio likes playing it and his favorite team is Juventus, Piero Milan and Gianluca said they would love to sing in Brazil for the opening ceremony of the World Championship. Then all sing bit and pieces of some Brazilian songs.
One most famous Italian songs Quando, Quando, Quando by Tony Renis was mentioned, and they mention their producer and manager TR, [Tony Renis] MT [Michele Torpedine] and HG [Huberto Gatica]
They quoted O sole mio, the song that is the closing mark of their shows.”