The Governor’s palace in Parma opens the doors until the 11th of December to host more than an exhibition, a solemn tribute to Renata Tebaldi, one of the greatest artists of the 20th century, ambassadress of Italy in the world, and a gift to the city of Parma, cradle of the first steps on the way of Art of the famous singer.
Visitors will admire the rich remains of a woman and diva’s life loved and contended by the greatest theatres of the world: stage costumes and jewels, precious and significant dresses and personal belongings, letters, stage pictures and images taken by admirers who celebrated her at the end of her memorable performances.
An exhibition by Alfredo Corno with objects never on display before and a wing of the palace completely dedicated to Verdi and Puccini’s heroines interpreted by Renata Tebaldi. The items on display are representing not only the artist but also an elegant and sophisticated woman: unmissable some of her peculiar habits an the collection of cute hats. To enrich the white walls of the Governor’s palace there will also be forty posters with her, woman and artist, on the scene and in her private life.
A bit of her superb voice.
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