Royal Liverpool Philharmonic & Bocelli for Queen Anne Naming

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Cunard has announced that renowned Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli will perform at the naming ceremony of the Queen Anne in Liverpool on June 3.

Bocelli will be accompanied by a lineup of Liverpool’s finest talents, including the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and performers from the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts. The event will be hosted by musician Matt Willis and his wife, TV presenter Emma Willis.

Katie McAlister, president of Cunard, stated, “Liverpool is known the world over as Cunard’s spiritual home, and we are thrilled to announce Maestro Bocelli as part of our incredible lineup of talented artists and performers for this special event. This celebration is a tribute to our rich history and a testament to the enduring bond between Cunard and the city of Liverpool. We look forward to honoring this legacy with a celebration of unforgettable performances that reflect the spirit and vibrancy of both our company and this magnificent city.”

Andrea Bocelli shared his excitement, saying, “It’s an honor to be performing in Liverpool, for the Official Naming Ceremony of Queen Anne. This event promises to be a beautiful celebration of artistry and craftsmanship, which perfectly captures the spirit and elegance of Cunard’s new ship. To be taking part in such a historic occasion, in a city rich in cultural heritage, truly brings me great joy.”