Album Pavarotti

As part of the celebrations marking the tenth anniversary of Pavarotti's death, the Teatro Comunale hosted a three-way conversation about the great tenor and his achievements entitled “Album Pavarotti”.

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Album Pavarotti

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Three-way conversation about the great tenor

[/vc_column_text][vc_separator type=”small” position=”left” color=”#000000″][vc_column_text] As part of the celebrations marking the tenth anniversary of Pavarotti’s death, the Teatro Comunale hosted a three-way conversation about the great tenor and his achievements entitled “Album Pavarotti”. The conversation was held between Angelo Foletto of “La Repubblica” and Alberto Mattioli of “La Stampa” newspapers, and conductor and accompanist Leone Magiera. Together, they looked back over the story and career of the great tenor with the aid of videos of famous performances: from “Che gelida manina” in San Francisco in 1989 to “Donna che non vidi mai” at the concert held in Hyde Park in 1991, and from “Federico’s Lament” (L’Arlesiana) to mark the 30th year of his career at the Teatro Valli in Reggio Emilia in 1992 to “E lucevan le stelle” at the Central Park concert in 1993. [/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]

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