Over the years, Luciano Pavarotti appeared on stage in dozens of roles, from dukes and kings to country bumpkins. But once in a while, the great tenor shed his costumes and stepped into a less familiar role as teacher.
In 1991, Pavarotti gave a series of master classes at the Juilliard School in New York. For NPR, reporter Bridget Paolucci was there, with her microphone.
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