Luciano Pavarotti (12 October 1935 - 6 September 2007), an Italian tenor, was one of the most famous singers, not only in the world of opera, but across all genres. He was born in Modena to the family of a baker. After abandoning the dream to become a professional football goalkeeper, Pavarotti spent seven years in vocal training and began his career as a tenor in 1961 in Italy. He sang in houses in The Netherlands, Vienna, London, Ankara, Budapest and Barcelona.
La Boheme: O soave fanciulla
Addio Alla Madre
Pagliacci: Vesti La Giubba
Suzel, Bon Di (Cherry Duet) (L'amico Fritz)
Encore: Nessun Dorma
Mattinata - Wien, Wien, Nur Du Allein