Luciano Pavarotti’s 11-year-old granddaughter proved that musical talent can be inherited

Pedro Marrero
Nov 07, 2018
11:21 A.M.
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No doubt this girl inherited the genes of her famous grandfather and that has been demonstrated with her incredible voice since she was very small.


María Cristina Craciun is now 12 years old, but when she was 6 she amazed the world with her performance of 'Caruso' in a program of young talents on Italian television.

Now, the video of that exciting moment, which can be seen on YouTube, continues to delight music lovers. The young girl is the granddaughter of the famous Italian tenor Luciano Pavarotti and undoubtedly carries in her blood the great talent of her grandfather.

Maria's story begins in 2011 when she took part in a program of young talents on Italian television. The little one chose to sing 'Caruso' in the memorable presentation since it was the favorite song of her beloved grandfather.


It was a very emotional performance when it was four years since Pavarotti's death, which ended with a standing ovation from the public. Read more on our Twitter account @amomama_usa


The music speaks directly to our soul. It is an art that, when done by someone talented, can be worshiped by millions of people. Although we are often unable to understand the musical language of a song, we can still feel its emotion.

Maria Cristina may still be quite young, but she is a passionate opera singer. The girl is still at the beginning of her journey, but she already surprises the whole world with her voice.


From her first presentation, she has distinguished herself as one of the most prodigious voices of the contest, and not only because she is the granddaughter of the best tenor in history. Maria had a real talent and she shone with her own light.

It seems that Maria is singing from her soul. That's a real art form for her. Sometimes we can’t understand the language on which a song is sung, but we can feel the emotions.


The girl sang the song only four years after the death of her grandfather. She chose to sing "Caruso", one of Pavarotti's most beloved songs. That made her appearance even more emotional.

The singer died on September 6, 2007. If he was alive, he might have been surprised at how well his granddaughter can sing. She behaved as if she were an adult. The audience could not have expected the girl to sing the song written by Lucio Dalla in 1986 so well.


The talent of the children always manages to surprise and move us, as well as the story of this talented girl who dazzled the judges of the show "Britain's Got Talent" with an incredible sample of karate.

Jesse Jane McParland showed a flawless martial arts routine that included handling a sword, jumps, kicks, and somersaults.


Or you can watch this other girl that performed on a television show and made such a big impression on the judges that they called her Janis Joplin’s reincarnation.

Everyone was speechless when British teenager Courtney Hadwin showed up at the talent show "Americas's Got Talent." AmoMama reported that the 14-year-old girl showed up last June and captivated not only the audience but the jury with a resounding performance.


More recently, she did it again when she performed the song 'Papa Got a Brand New Bag' by James Brown, where the four judges expressed their astonishment and gave her a deserved congratulation. Click here to watch the video.

In addition to showing her impressive talent, she managed to advance to the semifinals, thanks to the support and voting of the public.

Courtney has been fortunate to participate in a program with a large audience, which has allowed her to make herself known to develop her career as a singer, which is just beginning.