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Luciano Pavarotti News
'The values of brotherhood that Luciano Pavarotti upheld throughout his career are incompatible with the world vision of Donald Trump.'
‘Ciccio who taught you to sing like that?'
This is emotional: you can see it in her face.
In July 2004, superstar tenor Luciano Pavarotti welcomed Classic FM Drive presenter John Brunning to his idyllic summer home.
The legendary tenor was honoured with a posthumous award at the ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall
Pavarotti's widow Nicoletta, escorted by former member of The Three Tenors, José Carreras, celebrate the late tenor's life and legacy.
All the winners at the 2013 Classic BRITs, revealed as they are announced from the the spectacular show at the Royal Albert Hall
Two of the remaining Three Tenors are joining forces at this year's Classic BRITs to honour Luciano Pavarotti
Fancy having a crack at 'Nessun Dorma'? Now's your chance…
An aria from La Bohéme was discovered in his personal archives and will be played exclusively for the first time on Classic FM this morning
Luciano Pavarotti talks to Anne-Marie Minhall at his home in Italy
It’s one thing having a hero; it’s quite another meeting them in the flesh.
2004 was a fantastic year for Pavarotti. A new wife, a new family and a world tour… but it was also the year that the celebrated tenor announced his retirement.
To commemorate a year since the death of tenor Luciano Pavarotti, a host of top artists came together in the city of Petra in 2008 to perform a concert in honour of their much-missed colleague and friend
A professional Pavarotti lookalike has been refused a bank card because he looks too similar to the star – looks like he’ll need to borrow a tenor or two...
Plácido Domingo, José Carreras, and Luciano Pavarotti are a hard act to follow, but China's answer to the Three Tenors has come to the UK
Luciano Pavarotti boosted a golden age of CD sales, but after a 14% slump this year, do today's artists have what it takes to drive our spending?
Andre Rieu is knocked off the top as the first 'Now That's What I Call Classical' tops the charts on this Christmas weekend.
Music has been an important part of the World Cup ever since The Three Tenors’ legendary performance 20 years ago.