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Luciano Pavarotti 1961/2011: 50 years after his debut
On the 29th of April 1961, Luciano Pavarotti made his debut in the world of opera: he interpreted the role of young Rodolfo in Puccini’s masterpiece La Bohème at the theatre Romolo Valli in Reggio Emilia.

In order to celebrate this event, the Foundation realised a particular performance that went on stage the same day and in the same place of his famous debut: on the 29th of April 2011 at Valli Theatre in Reggio Emilia.

Grazia Verasani curated the text drafting in order that the Maestro could tell himself addressing to Alice, his younger daughter.

The narration goes beyond the meaning purely biographic to become a sort of spiritual will addressed to all the young people, sharing the values to which he referred for all of his life: the love for the theatre, for the music and for the others.

Giuseppe Battiston accepted to direct and oversee the play.

To accompany and to interpose the narration it have been included the performances of young lyric singers, who interchanged on the stage and performed in several opera arias.


© Fondazione Luciano Pavarotti / Naphtalina

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