Luciano Pavarotti, one of the greatest Italian artists of the modern opera era, is an important name introducing opera to the world. Pavarotti has left many works with the momentum he had in his successful career. He was a unique person, who attracted a great deal of attention with his songs, works and artistic life. Pavarotti, who was famous for the handkerchief he used to hold in his hand on stage, is also renowned worldwide as the most famous tenor.
The life of this artist, who crowned his modern artistic style with opera, is also interesting. Pavarotti held many concerts for charity throughout his life. The concert he held to help Bosnian children is the most memorable one. Luciano Pavarotti managed to attract a great deal of attention of the whole world through the stunning concert he held for these children, who lost their relatives in the war.
Life of Luciano Pavarotti
Luciano Pavarotti was born in Modena, Italy on October 12, 1935. His had his first experience in his music life with his father Fernando. His life started to shape up with this first step Pavarotti took. In fact, he was trained to be a music teacher. However, he managed to become an opera giant by combining the talent and genius he had with the training he received.
Pavarotti was taught by Arrgio Pola and Ettore Campogallianni. This experience brought him the "Concorso Internazionale" award in 1961. Pavarotti stepped firmly into the world of art with his work "Boheme", with which he also had his first opera experience. Over time, he made his name famous by performing numerous concerts in all the continents of the world. He died from pancreatic cancer in 2007.
Pavarotti, the Most Famous Artist of the World,
Pavarotti has become famous in many of the countries, and thus one of the most famous artists in the world. It is undoubted that not only his professional success, but also his humanistic approach played an important role in this fame. He held concerts under the name “Pavarotti and his friends” for donation for various purposes every year within the scope of social responsibility.
The concert Pavarotti held to help the relatives of those who lost their lives in the war in Bosnia was the most important example of these concerts. Being aware of the fact that war is a serious problem affecting individuals, Pavarotti made meticulous efforts together with his team in this respect. Then, the revenues from these concerts were utilized in many different regions as a source for the aid zones established in collaboration with United Nations.
After the war in Bosnia ended, Pavarotti Music Center was established in the name of Pavarotti in Mostar. Acting within the scope of self-development of the artists, this institution still hosts many artists. Pavarotti had been in Turkey in 1963-64 and continued his works as a guest artist. The artist, who staged a successful performance in the opera "La Boheme" hosted by Baskent Theater, introduced this success to large masses.