Luciano Pavarotti museum
This year, Luciano Pavarotti Museum was inaugurated in Modena. In fact, the house was completed in 2005, after being bought by Pavarotti himself in the second half of the 80s. Here Pavarotti cultivated his great passion for horses. He built stables and created a riding school in Modena. In addition, since the early 90’s he has created an obstacle competition hosting many international stars of the equestrian world.
The villa museum you are going to visit reflects the vision of Pavarotti himself. In fact, both the architecture and the drawings are part of the creative part of the most famous tenor in the world. The house reflects Pavarotti’s character and his everyday life of the time. Days spent around family, friends, passion for his work and students.
Inside the house there are stage clothes, awards, personal affection, the most famous clothes, various objects related to music and theater. You will also find photos and videos of Pavarotti during the many years of his incredible career. In this way you will discover a more familiar Pavarotti and you will feel close to this artist who made history.
Modena is an enchanting city of Emilia Romagna, famous in particular for its charming old town and the typical food products of the place. A city that must be visited if you are in Bologna as a trip out of town. In this way you can also visit the house museum of this great international artist and symbol of Italy. Luciano Pavarotti in fact is certainly one of the most famous tenors of all time.
In his career he has sold more than 100 million copies worldwide. Considered at the level of fame on a par with the greatest international singers. He created from 1992 to 2003 Pavarotti and Friends in the beautiful Modena, concerts for charity.
Among the various artists who have performed with him are: Barry White, Andrea Bocelli, Jon Bon Jovi, Bono Vox and The Edge, James Brown, Mariah Carey. And Eric Clapton, Deep Purple, Céline Dion, Gloria Estefan, Bob Geldof, Elton John, Tom Jones, B.B. King. Also Simon Le Bon, Brian May, George Michael, Liza Minnelli, Dolores O’Riordan, and Sting.
1 Jan - 31 Dec 2020