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Robertino Loretti performed in Baku to steal the show - PHOTOS

21 July 2014 [13:40] - TODAY.AZ
By AzerNews

The favorite singer of millions of people - incomparable and brilliant musician - Robertino Loretti held another concert at the International Mugham Center on July 20.

The singer is visiting Baku for the third time. He expressed great pleasure to visit Baku again saying, Azerbaijan has turned into a home for him.

Before the concert, Robertino and his student, Emin Eminzada - laureate of international competitions - had rehearsal.

Speaking about his acquaintance with Robertino Loretti, Emin, who is known as Azerbaijan's Loretti, said they met first at a festival, where Loretti noticed how their voices are similar.

"He liked my voice so much. Then he invited me to Italy. I took part at master classes by Loretti. We performed together on a stage then. That was amazing. I always loved his songs, especially "Jamaica", which I've performed at various festivals and competitions. I am so glad that he invited me to perform together with him at the concert in Baku," he said.

Emin accompanied Italian singer at the concert once again and performed his famous song "B?same Mucho".

Addressing the audience in Italian, the "Gold Voice" Loretti expressed his appreciation saying that he is very glad to perform in the beautiful city of Baku.

Loretti greeted everyone in Azerbaijani.

"Salam! I even do not know how I could learn it. Your language is very easy. I am glad to be with you once again. I am every time surprised by the beauty of your city and hospitality of Azerbaijanis. I love you!" Robertino said.

Robertino began his performance with a song which brought him the fame. He sang his favorite hit songs such as ­"Romantica", "O sole mio" and "Santa Lucia" and thanked the audience after each song, saying "chox sag ol".

The audience met Robertino very warm. They sang and dance together.

Robertino also shared with the audience the difficulties that he faced in his life and the challenges that in the end brought him the fame not only in Italy but throughout the world.

"The most difficult moments came during my awkward age. I had to leave the scene, as my soprano voice changed. I had to pursue a career already with baritone voice. But I am happy I am still at the stage," Loretti said.

Everyone was thrilled up by the concert and again no one wanted to leave the salon.



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