LUCIANO PAVAROTTI - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED POSTER 1997 - HFSID 217808
LUCIANO PAVAROTTI Limited edition 19½x15 poster depicting Pavarotti in three of his most famous roles. Poster signed: "Luciano Pavarotti '97". B/w with brown highlights, 19½x15. Headed: "Luciano/Pavarotti/In Concert".
Sale Price $2,337.50
Limited edition 19½x15 poster depicting Pavarotti in three of his most famous roles.
Poster signed: "Luciano Pavarotti '97". B/w with brown highlights, 19½x15. Headed: "Luciano/Pavarotti/In Concert". This poster, one of a limited edition of 1,000 copies, was created to "commemorate the performance of Luciano Pavarotti on April 26, 1977 in Reno for the benefit of the Nevada Museum of Art". The poster, which is imprinted "Another Tibor Rudas Production" beneath Pavarotti's image, was designed by Donna Antraccoli and Jack Bacon for the Eldorado Hotel/Casino. It depicts a bust view illustration of Pavarotti, b/w, 5½x8¼, and three b/w photographs of Pavarotti in several roles, including Rodolfo in Puccini's La Bohème, Nemorino in Donizetti's L'Elisir d'Amore and Riccardo in Verdi's Un Ballo in Maschera. Places and dates of the memorable performances are imprinted beneath each photograph. Opera star Luciano Pavarotti (1935-2007), the best Italian bel canto tenor of his day, made his debut in 1961 in Italy as Rodolfo in La Bohème. Engagements in leading Italian theatres soon followed, and, in 1963, he sang in Amsterdam, Vienna and Zurich. In September 1963, Pavarotti went to Covent Garden to sing Rodolfo. In 1964, he sang the role of Idomeneo at Glyndebourne, and in 1965 made his North American debut in Miami with Joan Sutherland in Lucia Di Lammermoor, following this with a tour of Australia with Sutherland. Pavarotti's fine, lyrical voice, with its powerful and extended upper register, and his musical approach to all his roles have placed him in the forefront of contemporary tenors. Slightly creased. Irregular right edge. Fine condition.
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