For Easter Sunday, Andrea Bocelli performed a set of five songs at the Duomo di Milano (Milan Cathedral) in Italy. The world-renowned tenor sang before an empty building accompanied only by an organist.

The 25-minute concert was entitled Music for Hope. Watch it below.

Andrea Bocelli's Easter Sunday Concert: Music for Hope

"On the day in which we celebrate the trust in a life that triumphs, I'm honored and happy to answer 'Si' to the invitation of the City and the Duomo of Milan," Bocelli says at the start of the video.

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The 61-year-old Italian opera star performed five songs during the special show: "Sancta Maria," "Domine Deus," "Panis Angelicu," "Ave Maria," and "Amazing Grace."

Andrea Bocelli attends the World Childhood Foundation USA Thank You Gala in 2016.

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Andrea Bocelli: Music for Hope benefit for COVID-19

Bocelli's performance took place in Italy, a country hit very hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. Accordingly, he sang without an audience and at a safe distance from the organist. The concert trended as the #1 video on YouTube worldwide on Easter Monday.

With the concert, the singer also included a GoFundMe campaign to raise money for emergency relief in Italy.