Italian soprano Leila Frini dies, she is Pavarotti’s closest friend

Italian soprano Leila Frini dies, she is Pavarotti’s closest friend
Italian soprano singer Mirella Freni died on February 9, 2020 local time in his hometown of Modena, Italy, at the age of 84.Picture from the cover of Frini Records Frini was born in the Italian city of Modena, and grew up as a nanny with the famous tenor Luciano Pavarotti. The two also became the closest partners on the stage.And the same nanny feeding and raising two world-class big singers is also known as a story.Frini was taught by the famous vocal teacher Campogariani, as well as Pavarotti’s teacher.In 1955, she started her career with Mikala in Carmen in her hometown Modena.In 1957, Franny won the Viotti International Vocal Competition in Versailles.In 1960, he was praised in the Bode at the Grindelborn Opera Festival for playing Zelina in the Mozart opera “Don Juan”.In 1963, Frini played Mikala in the “Carmen” at the La Scala Theater. After being caught by Karajan, he collaborated with Price, Collery, and Merrill to record “Carmen”.In 1965, Frini became a soloist at the Metropolitan Opera. She and Pavarotti starred in Puccini’s “The Artist’s Career” in San Francisco and the Metropolitan Opera in the United States. Both achieved great success, and soonStrengthened their long-term cooperative career.Frini’s Puccini opera “Tosca” and “Mrs. Butterfly” soundtrack Frini is one of the well-represented representatives of the Italian Bel Canto. Its beautiful voice, near-perfect skills and music processing are left for fans.Was extremely impressed.She is very good at traditional Italian opera roles, from Verdi to Puccini.The master conductors she has worked with include Herbert von Karajan, Giuseppe Sinopoli, Claudio Abbado, Carlos Kleiber and others.Franny’s last opera was performed at the Washington State Opera House in 2005. The opera performed was Tchaikovsky’s “The Girl of Orleans”, and she appeared as a young girl Joanna at the age of 70.Franny recorded many numerous records.Among them, DECCA has produced the recording of “The Career of the Artist” performed by Karajan conducting the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and Frini and Pavarotti. It is recognized that Franny and Pavarotti are in sound and skillA collaborative recording that has reached its peak has a high collection value.Sauna, Night Net Editor Liu Zhen Tian Ai Ni proofreading Chen Diyan