House Museum Luciano Pavarotti

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On the occasion of EXPO 2015 Luciano Pavarotti Foundation opens extraordinarily the doors of Pavarotti’s home, converted in House Museum thanks to the set-up of a path through the rooms that will allow you to know not only the artist, but also the man Luciano Pavarotti.

The residence, finished in 2005, is the place where Maestro lived his last years of his life with his family. The villa is located in an area that he acquired many years before, in the mid-eighties. In this same place Pavarotti dedicated himself to his passion for horses, building and opening a riding school. Since 1991, for 11 years, Pavarotti hosted in his estate a prestigious show-jumping competition (CSIO), attended by the most famous show-jumpers of the international horse riding circuit.

The villa has been designed following the instructions and drawings that the tenor gave to the architects and engineers who have supervised the construction. Many artefacts have been made by blacksmiths, carpenters, carvers, decorators from all over Italy who have created unique products.
Even today his home reflects in every detail the personality of the one who conceived it. The house keeps many personal items that he loved and contains the memories of his days spent in the company of family, friends and young students.

The visit to this house will enable visitors to experience Pavarotti in the light of its most intimate and warm rooms, to approach gently to his memory knowing his daily habits, finding the man he once was behind the scenes.

You will especially appreciate the costumes so dear to him, pictures and videos that have marked his great artistic career and the countless awards of a career of over forty years in opera theatres around the world.


© Fondazione Luciano Pavarotti / Naphtalina

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