Italian star tenor Luciano Pavarotti has been honored with a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame a decade and a half after his death. The plaque was unveiled on the famous sidewalk on Wednesday. It is already the 2730th star.
As a guest speaker, US conductor James Conlon paid tribute to the singer's achievements. Cristina Pavarotti, one of three daughters from her first marriage, attended the ceremony for the family.
Born in Modena in 1935, Pavarotti was one of the most important tenors of the 20th century. He was at home in all the major opera houses in the world. He is also known for his benefit concerts “Pavarotti