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UMPG INKS ANDREA BOCELLI
4/10/24

Andrea Bocelli has been signed an exclusive, global publishing agreement with Universal Music Publishing Group through UMPG’s Classics & Screen department.

Through the new agreement, UMPG will represent Bocelli’s future works, as well as his latest album, A Family Christmas.

“Andrea Bocelli is not only a legendary tenor, but an artist who has established his place in the canon of classical and popular music,” Natasha Baldwin, EVP of Classics and Screen at UMPG, said. “As we celebrate his third decade in the industry and immense contributions to music history, we are absolutely thrilled to welcome Andrea to UMPG Classics & Screen family as his global publisher.”

The new publishing agreement builds upon Bocelli’s relationship with Universal Music Group, which has distributed his albums for over a quarter of a century through its longstanding relationship with Sugar Music. Bocelli signed directly to UMG in 2021.

“Building upon our long-standing partnership with Universal Music Group, this collaboration marks a significant milestone in Andrea’s journey,” Veronica Berti Bocelli, CEO of Almud Music, and Maverick Management’s Francesco Pasquero said. “As we celebrate Maestro’s 30th anniversary this year, we are excited to continue expanding Andrea’s legacy and reach even greater heights with the support of UMPG.”