Andrea Bocelli to feature 'Voices of Haiti' Choir on new album

Posted Oct 23, 2018 by Markos Papadatos
Internationally recognized tenor Andrea Bocelli will be featuring the "Voices of Haiti" Choir on his upcoming album, "Si."
Andrea Bocelli
Andrea Bocelli
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The "Voices of Haiti" Choir is made up of 60 Haitian children, between ages nine and 16 years old, which are the beneficiaries of the Andrea Bocelli Foundation and the St. Luke Foundation For Haiti. They will be featured on two songs, "Dormi Dormi" and "Gloria Gift of Live," which are included on his forthcoming studio album Si, which will be released on October 26.
The mission of Maestro Andrea Bocelli and the Andrea Bocelli Foundation is to give a voice and opportunities to these young singers. Their goal is to empower people and their communities, by creating opportunities for education and growth.
His classical crossover album, Si, is available for pre-order on iTunes.
To learn more about the Voices of Haiti Choir, check out their official homepage.
For more information on the Andrea Bocelli Foundation, visit its official website, and its Facebook page.
Read More: Andrea Bocelli chatted with Digital Journal about his future plans and upcoming shows in New York.