|Alex Darbyshire||Executive Producer|
|Austin Shaw||Executive Producer|
Andrea Bocelli returns to his native Tuscany to perform a concert highlighting the unique blend of classical, pop, and traditional Italian songs that has made him a crossover success as an internationally acclaimed tenor. Moving between the concert setting at the Piazza dei Cavalieri in Pisa to the between-song glimpses of the romantically beautiful Italian countryside and excerpts from interviews, the video presents Bocelli at his finest. The video also includes duets with Italian pop singer Zucchero and sopranos Nuccia Focile and Sarah Brightman. ~ Kathryn Tamms
Two years ago, I mean, in February 1998, I saw this concert on PBS. After the concert, I was left so stunned by the way it (and Andrea) turned out that Bocelli immediately became my favorite singer, natch. Romanza proved once and for all that I'd be ''officially'' addicted (especially after I bought it and grew used to it). Only problem: the concert is occasionally slow-moving, mainly during the opera arias, but none of them are THAT bad considering Andrea LOVES opera. Still, I think his pop side is SO much better. And this is proof.
This is my favorite DVD in my collection. When I first bought it, I played it about ten nights in a row. Andrea's voice is so beautiful it almost brings me to tears when I hear it. He and his voice are truly gifts from God
In this DVD Andrea Bocelli shows what a great and sensitive artist he is. His voice is not only so powerful and beautiful but able to express so much tenderness, sweetness and sensibility. What I liked most about this DVD is that I was able to know a little more about Bocelli and his world. You can see where he lives in Tuscany, his family and dear son. There is so much affection, romance and quality in this DVD. I felt transported to Tuscany like if I was there while the concert!!!