Due to the enormous amount of skill that he had, the well-known Italian tenor has become a well-known name all over the globe.

Bocelli, who is 62 years old, has already warmed the cockles of many fans’ hearts with his music, and he continues to do so, particularly in light of recent events.

The epidemic has deprived us of many of life’s pleasures, forcing us to alter the way we live and the relationships we maintain with other people on a daily basis.

Because of the continued existence of stringent social distance measures, musicians have come to largely rely on technology in order to communicate with their fans.

Bocelli began undertaking livestream concerts, just as many other singers did before him, in order to spread his music all across the globe.

He hosted one broadcast in December 2020, which was just two weeks before Christmas day, and he invited a very important guest: his daughter Virginia, who was 8 years old at the time.

The two individuals brought some cheer to the audience over the Christmas season by performing the Leonard Cohen standard “Hallelujah” on stage at the Teatro Regio di Parma opera theatre in Parma, Italy.

They were joined by an orchestra, and a few special visitors, including Virginia’s mother, Veronica Berti, were in the audience to see them perform.

Bocelli chose Franco Dragone, a creative director best known for his work at Cirque du Soleil, to work his magic and make the cinematography of the performance exceptionally pleasing for Bocelli’s paying virtual audience.

They decided to call the musical event “Believe in Christmas” due to the fact that Bocelli was going to release his album “Believe” around the same time, and also because the webcast was going to be themed around the holiday season.

A VIP ticket was given to one lucky individual so that they may see and hear Bocelli and Virginia’s stunning harmonies live. Incredible father-and-daughter act was watched adoringly by the singer’s wife, Veronica, who was perched high above the stage.

These livestreams have a purpose beyond just entertaining viewers. During a period of difficulty, they provide a fleeting moment of peace and hope for the future.