A digital exhibition celebrates three iconic Italian tenors

Discover the life and work of Caruso, Corelli, and Di Stefano.

Teatro alla Scala

One hundred years ago, in 1921, Enrico Caruso, one of the most famous singers in the history of Opera, passed away in Naples. In that same year two of the renowned tenors of the last century were born: Giuseppe Di Stefano and Franco Corelli.

This anniversary is an opportunity to remember three legendary artists who have represented Italian culture around the world.

A new digital exhibition titled “Caruso, Corelli, Di Stefano – Italian Opera Legends” – an initiative by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, produced by La Scala Theater and realized by La Scala Theatre Museum – will let you immerse yourself in the life and work of these three incredible talents.

The exhibition, curated by the music critic Mattia Palma, can be visited remotely, free of charge, for the duration of one year.