Pavarotti, A Voice for the Ages

Portrait of a golden-voiced legend

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“When Luciano Pavarotti sings, the sun rises on the world,” once said conductor Carlos Kleiber. Considered one of the greatest opera singers who has ever lived, Luciano Pavarotti was celebrated for popularizing his signature musical genre far beyond usual classical music circles with the help of musicians like Bono, Sting, Eric Clapton, and as part of a trio with tenors Plácido Domingo and José Carreras. Weaving together excerpts from concerts and interviews, A Voice for the Ages retraces the career of this great tenor known for his insatiable love of living. From his beginnings on stage in the role of La Bohème’s Rodolfo to his unforgettable performances of great opera airs like “O Sole Mio”, “Torna a surriento”, “Nessun Dorma”, and “La donna è mobile”, the film portrays the “King of High C” in all of his glory. Rediscover the man that filled stadiums and the hearts of music lovers around the globe!

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