Il Volo’s Piero Barone Wants To Transform The Way You Think About Classical Music

Feb 04, 2020 1899

BY: Kellie Speed

When three teenagers set out 10 years ago to transform the way people think about classical music, Piero Barone, Ignazio Boschetto and Gianluca Ginoble never could have imagined the success they would soon have when they formed Il Volo.

The Italian trio, who met on an Italian TV show in 2009 and were the first Italian artists to sign with an American label, share a special love of Italian music combining their operatic voices with pop music. Once their self-titled debut album went platinum and made it to the Billboard Top Ten, they soon caught the eye of artists like Barbra Streisand and Plácido Domingo, who have both sung duets with them.

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