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Eros Ramazzotti will take the Boch Center Wang Theatre stage June 22.
The most famous Italian artist in the world is ready for another incredible live project, in which he will bring the songs of his new VITA CE N'È album to the world’s most prestigious stages. He will also perform the smash hits that made him famous and with which he won millions of fans during his more than 30-year career. Polydor released the Italian and Spanish album on 23 November in 100 countries, and it debuted directly at the top of the FIMI/Gfk ranking of the best-selling albums of the week.
After crossing Europe, Eros Ramazzotti will leave on 14 May for Mexico which recently saw him, alongside with other international artists, taking part in a spectacular concert in the Mayan Chichén Itzá ruins. The tour will continue to the USA. First Los Angeles, then Miami, Florida - the State that awarded him the NIAF Award for his contribution to the diffusion of Italian music abroad. On 18 June, after stops in Panama, he will be in two Brazilian cities, in Chile, Argentina and in two Canadian indoor arenas. Then he will be on-stage at the prestigious Radio City Music Hall in New York, where he already performed in 1991 just five years after the beginning his artistic career. In September, the live shows will begin again in Europe, then touch two Russian cities and finish at the end of October.
The Radiorama-produced VITA CE N’È WORLD TOUR is organised by the CTS Eventim international group company Vertigo. It is a new opportunity to bring Ramazzotti’s unforgettable hits to the most important places of international music. He will be accompanied by exceptional musicians: Music Director Luca Scarpa (piano), Giovanni Boscariol (keyboards), Paolo Costa (bass), Giorgio Secco (guitar) and the three international newcomers Corey Sanchez (guitars), Eric Moore (drums) the R'n'B and gospel music phenomenon and the American Scott Paddock (sax), who is famous for his jazz influences and has worked with Natalie Cole, Jackson Browne and Ray Charles.
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Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Wang Theatre has housed the performing arts since opening in 1925, developing from a movie “cathedral” and home to vaudeville musicals and big bands, to today’s role as an impressive venue for world-class theatre, music, Broadway, and dance.