Andrea Bocelli and his family (including his son Matteo and his daughter Virginia) have teamed up with Pentatonix to record an inspiring new version of the festive classic "Do You Hear What I Hear." The new collaboration arrives on the heels of the chart-topping success of the Bocellis' first album together, A Family Christmas, which has achieved #1 status around the globe.
The striking rendition of "Do You Hear What I Hear" offers a modern sensibility on the 1962 Christmas classic, while retaining its sense of holiday magic. Pentatonix's Scott Hoying said, "Since I was a kid, I've always known Andrea Bocelli to be the best voice of our time and he still has that title to this day! Not surprisingly, his children are unbelievably talented as well and to be able to sing with such an iconic family is a lifelong dream come true for all of us."
Andrea Bocelli is currently touring the U.S. along with Matteo and Virginia in support of A Family Christmas, sharing the magic of their family's music with thousands of fans across the nation. Tickets for the run, which includes a December 14 show at New York's coveted venue, Madison Square Garden, are available at https://www.andreabocelli.com/tickets.
On December 15, The Bocelli Family will appear on "Live with Kelly and Ryan" and "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon." Also on December 15, a new short "The Simpsons meet the Bocellis in 'Feliz Navidad'" will launch exclusively on Disney+. In the upcoming short from "The Simpsons," Homer surprises Marge with the ultimate gift: an unforgettable performance from Andrea Bocelli and his children Matteo and Virginia.
The Bocelli Family's TBN Christmas special will premiere on December 16 and they'll perform with The Young People's Chorus of New York on CBS "Sunday Morning" on Christmas Day. Watch for Matteo Bocelli's performances on "Fox & Friends" on December 16 and 25. The family kicked off their series of television appearances with an interview on CBS' "Sunday Morning" and a performance on NBC's "90th Annual Christmas in Rockefeller Center."