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Josh Groban and Kelly Clarkson’s Breathtaking Broadway Duet In an unforgettable collaboration, celebrated vocalists Josh Groban and Kelly Clarkson teamed up for a spectacular Broadway duet, captivating the audience during Groban’s Stages Live event. This special performance, which aired on PBS, featured a selection of beloved musical theater pieces, including the iconic “All I Ask of You” from The Phantom of the Opera, performed as a duet by Groban and Clarkson. Groban’s Broadway Dream Realized in ‘Stages’ A lifelong admirer of Broadway, Groban realized his dream through his album ‘Stages.’ This album is a compilation of Groban’s favorite musical theater…

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On The Voice Germany, 13-year-old Solomia took a judge to tears with her angelic rendition of Andrea Bocelli’s “Time to Say Goodbye”. The young vocalist appears like a typical teen girl but sings with a rich, mature voice. Solomia played an Andrea Bocelli classic with passion and heart, which few can manage. Judge Lena Meyer-Landrut and many others were moved by her voice and tried to hold back tears. Watch the performance below. Ukraine-born Solomia Lukyanets competed on Voice Kids Germany. She took a risk by singing “Time to Say Goodbye,” which is tough to sing, especially compared to Andrea…

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Aretha Franklin could do anything, as shown by her incredible performance of “Nessun dorma” at the opera. At the 1998 Grammy Awards, Franklin sings in place of her friend Luciano Pavarotti, who was unwell. At Italy’s 1990 FIFA World Cup, Luciano Pavarotti, one of the greatest tenors, popularized Giacomo Puccini’s “Nessun dorma”. It became his signature song, and he sung it at his exit from the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy. Pavarotti informed the 1998 Grammy Awards organizers hours before the New York City concert that he would not perform the piece. They contacted Aretha Franklin to save the…

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Hanson thrilled Sydney Opera House audiences by singing the Bee Gees’ “Too Much Heaven” acapella without microphones! The three brothers laid their instruments down after the band ended its set for a more intimate performance. The boys’ amazing voices and exquisite harmonies reminded everyone why they were so famous. As children in the early 1990s, Hanson and his brothers formed an acapella band and recorded vintage rock hits. Since the Sydney Opera House was constructed to allow orchestras to play without microphones, it was ideal for such a performance. The 2.5 million-view YouTube performance is below. Hanson fan Nicole Thompson…

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Young Pianist Captivates Audiences on “The Piano” A Musical Prodigy Emerges On Channel 4’s “The Piano,” a 13-year-old pianist named Lucy, who is both blind and autistic, delivered an awe-inspiring performance of Chopin’s Nocturne in B flat minor at Leeds Train Station. Her incredible talent left the show’s judges, celebrated musicians Lang Lang and Mika, utterly astonished. A Unique Talent Discovered The show features talented amateurs playing on public pianos at UK railway stations, unbeknownst to them, being evaluated by Lang Lang and Mika for a chance to progress further. Lucy’s performance stood out remarkably due to her effortless mastery…

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Martin called Huillo “a very special young man.” He uses music to comprehend people, feelings, and the world. We heard one of his songs this week and invited him to sing with us.” As Huillo ascended the stage at the 65,000-person Foro Sol stadium, the audience chanted his name. Huillo took lead vocals and played piano, undaunted by the huge crowd, while the band played an acoustic backing. The lyrics of “Different is OK” encourage meaningful connections and celebrating differences. The complete viral video of Huillo’s first Coldplay performance is below. Urban brought Berlin, Massachusetts native Rob up after seeing…

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Coldplay sang with 12-year-old Mexican youngster Huillo at their Mexico City stadium show, and the story is poignant. Huillo, who has autism, was crying with passion while Coldplay played “Fix You” at their earlier show in Mexico when his father took a video of him at six. Chris Martin claimed “this video was the best video we’ve ever seen” when Coldplay returned to Mexico City. We cared more about it than any other video we made.” Next, the rocker had young Huillo sing his original song “Different is OK” onstage. Watch the crucial moment below. Martin called Huillo “a very…

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Rodrigues plays “Polonaise Fantaisie Op.61” by Fryderyck Chopin in a lovely costume. She starts and discovers that one pedal isn’t working properly. The professional Rodrigues attempts to play, but the pedal is too much for her sound. Piano Breaks On Stage As a musician, being on stage may be humiliating. The crowd can inspire anxiety and anxieties, causing performers to act differently. When Brazilian pianist Eliane Rodrigues performed a recital at De Deolen in Rotterdam, her equipment malfunctioned at the start and during the performance. Rodrigues stops and tells the audience she needs help with her pedals. After a short…

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Harper Grohl plays drums with the Foo Fighters like her dad. It’s well known that Dave Grohl was Nirvana’s drummer before forming the Foo Fighters. Grohl founded the Foo Fighters alone after Cobain’s 1994 suicide. Next year, he released Foo Fighters, an album of his own tunes. He played all instruments and sang all except one song, which was astounding. Successful album led Grohl to hire the band. The rest is history. The successful band has released ten studio albums, five live albums, four compilations, and 57 singles. They had seven global number-one studio albums. So, the Foo Fighters have…

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While witnessing Lisette Oropesa, opera student Liu Jianwei observed there was no male singer for Sempre libera. The 24-year-old student delivered the tenor solo from the audience, dazzling Oropesa and going viral. Cuban-American singer Oropesa sang her fourth encore with wonderful pipes and stage flair. When no one sung the male tenor part’s initial line, Liu sang the verse beautifully from the second line. The Teatro Regio di Parma in Parma, Italy, hosted this spontaneous duet, which has 2.6 million views. The audience sang the tenor part, which surprised Oropesa, but she was delighted Liu was there to finish the…

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