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After the sound check and rehearsals at Palazzo Madama, Il Volo talked with the press about their participation on the XVIII Concerto di Natale del Senato, about Sanremo 2015 and their career.
According to Online News, Gianluca Ginoble confessed that he was experiencing the same emotion that he felt visiting the White House. Ignazio Boschetto highlighted the energy received from the children, especially given the strong passion for the music they show. Piero Barone said that Il Volo was artistically born in Sanremo, remembering their participation as guests in 2010. He added that it is a great emotion to come back, this time with the spirit to compete.
Gianluca said that it is still an action to mark position, to show their work, because they are more known abroad than in Italy. He told that some days ago they are recognized on the street of Rome by a group of Mexicans, while the Italian people did not know who they are. Many people keep the idea of the three little tenors of Ti Lascio Una Canzone, other confuse us with opera singers instead to know that we like to vary between pop and more classical music. We want the Italian people to understand who they really are, it is why they are much more in Italy in 2014.
Their new album will be released probably at the same time with the Festival. Piero told that even on the new album there will be some surprises and that they will launch a world tour with 52-54 concerts.
Asked about the danger of became arrogant, they answered saying they have families that keep them with the feet firmly on the ground. And about the life between an stage and another during his adolescence, they answered that it is not easy, but it helps our friendship to become stronger.
About “Grande Amore”, the song composed by Tommy Esposito and Francesco Boccia to Sanremo 2015, they said that it is a great song, a blend of pop and classical genres, a song about the love as it was lived by the youth.
In Italiano by Margherita:
Il Volo – intervista a Palazzo Madama
Il Volo and Pietro Grasso (President of Senate)
Dopo il sound check e le prove a Palazzo Madama, Il Volo ha parlato con la stampa riguardo la loro partecipazione al XVIII Concerto di Natale del Senato, riguardo Sanremo e la loro carriera.
Secondo Online News, Gianluca Ginoble ha confessato di aver provato le stesse sensazioni che sentì quando visitò la Casa Bianca. Ignazio Boschetto ha sottolineato l’energia ricevuta dai bambini, specialmente l’energia che mostravano, con la loro forte passione per la musica. Piero Barone ha detto che Il Volo è nato artisticamente a Sanremo, ricordando la loro partecipazione come ospiti nel 2010. Ha aggiunto che è una grande emozione tornare, questa volta con lo spirito della competizione. Continue reading