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Celebrating the life of opera star Luciano Pavarotti

WeekendNotes has 10 in-season double passes to PAVAROTTI, directed by Academy Award winner Ron Howard, to giveaway.

The award-winning filmmaking team behind the hit documentary 'The Beatles: Eight Days a Week - The Touring Years' turns to another musical phenomenon with PAVAROTTI, an in-depth, no holds barred look at the life, career and lasting legacy of the musical icon. Dubbed "The People's Tenor," Pavarotti was the rare combination of personality, genius and celebrity and he used his prodigious gifts to spread the gospel of opera as entertainment - and something to be enjoyed by all music lovers.

To celebrate the release of PAVAROTTI, in cinemas October 24, WeekendNotes subscribers have the chance to win an in-season double pass.

To go into the draw, all you have to do is send an email titled 'PAVAROTTI' to competitions@weekendnotes.com and let us know in 25 words or less why you want to see this anticipated documentary. Please make sure to include your full name and mailing address so we can send you your prize!

10 lucky winners will be drawn on October 15.

For more information on PAVAROTTI, check out the official website.

PAVAROTTI - In cinemas nationally October 24.

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My Italian immigrant father loved his opera. He has passed this love of anything opera/Italian musica to me.
He rode his motorcycle from his hometown in the Fruili region in Italy to Milan to the Opera House (1924).
As a result of a flat tyre, his return home and to his place of employment was delayed. His employer (a butcher) would not accept his excuse so my father 'politely' told him what to do with the job. He embarked for Australia a year later arriving in December 1925.
He did not ply his trade as a butcher in Australia except for once a year when he slaughtered a pig to make Salami with his Italian 'amici'.
Proud to be an Australian of Italian extraction. Salutti, Gloria.
by Gloria (score: 2|275) 28 days ago
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