Vittorio Grigolo, welcomed in Sanremo 2020
The famous Italian tenor Vittorio Grigolo invited to Sanremo paid homage to the “Queen” band, with a compilation of the most internationally known songs. World successes such as ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, ‘Who Wants to Live Forever’ and ‘The Show Must Go On’ were performed on the stage of the Italian Song Festival receiving fervent applause. The 70th edition of the festival in Sanremo was held from 4 to 8 February 2020. In addition to the nominees of various categories, who also competed for the privilege of representing Italy at the next Eurovision competition, a distinguished guest appeared. as the star of the lyric cantos. Situated between two performances of “Romeo and Juliet” in “Scala te Milan”: Vittorio Grigolo, who remains a welcome in Italy and especially in RAI. Excluded Met and Covent Garden tenor whispered in front of an “E lucevan le stelle” microphone, then outraged to offer a compilation of “Queen” songs. Presenter Amadeus told Grigolon: “A great talent that sends bel canto all over the world.” Grigolo himself said a few words reminiscent of his childhood, when he and his mother never missed the Sanremo festival dinners on television, and those were moments of strong emotion.