Luciano Pavarotti’s daughter ‘still stunned’ thinking about her achievement

Luciano Pavarotti’s daughter said she was “still stunned” when she recalled her late father’s accomplishments, when he was honored after being awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

The daughter of world-renowned opera singer Cristina Pavarotti gave a heartfelt speech in Italian at the event in Los Angeles on Wednesday.

Pavarotti is considered one of the greatest opera singers of all time, having given 378 performances in the most prestigious theaters in the world.

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The daughter of the world-famous opera singer, Cristina Pavarotti (pictured), gave a heartfelt speech in Italian at the event in Los Angeles on Wednesday (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)

Ms. Pavarotti said: “First, making comments in her native language, then with the assistance of an interpreter, Ms. Pavarotti said: “Our gratitude goes to all the who greatly desired, supported and contributed to the celebration of my father’s honor.

“If I think back on all that he has achieved, if I think back on the ways he has gone through all his success and recognition, I still feel dizzy.

“It is a tremendous honor to represent my father on this great occasion.”

She continued: “I wish I could express how much I love him to be here today but alas not even the stars hold that much power.” .

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Ms. Pavarotti continues to share fond memories of her father (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)

Ms. Pavarotti went on to share fond memories of her father, including that after every performance, he still wears his costume and whether tired or hungry, he will stay to sign autographs to make sure no fans are left behind. left empty handed.

She also talked about the way her father used to make auditioning singers feel more comfortable and less nervous with a glass of water.

“Now trust me, you know I’ve always been a fan of my dad himself, and there’s nothing to apologize for,” she said.

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LA Opera music director James Conlon and film producer Cinzia Salvioli also spoke at the ceremony.

From 1961 to 2004, Pavarotti wowed audiences at venues ranging from the Wiener Staatsoper and the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden, to the Teatro alla Scala and the Metropolitan Opera.

Since 1984, his ever-growing audience has led him to increasingly larger spaces for his performances, including venues in the United States typically reserved for pop stars, such as Madison Square Garden, Hollywood Bowl and Central Park.

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Awarded in the live performance category, Pavarotti’s star ranked 2,730 on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, located at 7065 Hollywood Boulevard (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)

In 1990, Pavarotti performed in the Three Tenors concert at the Baths of Caracalla, a program that was broadcast worldwide and watched by 800 million viewers.

The evening’s live recording became the best-selling classical album of all time.

During his 43-year career, the singer has won five Grammy Awards, a Grammy Legend Award, two Emmy Awards and a Kennedy Center Honor Award, among others.

Awarded in the live performance category, Pavarotti’s star ranked 2,730 on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, located at 7065 Hollywood Boulevard.

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