December 14, 2018

Luciano Pavarotti’s granddaughter proved she has an angelic voice while singing a powerful song

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There is no doubt that Sislena Caparossa inherited the genes of Luciano Pavarotti, and that has been shown with her incredible voice while singing her famous grandfather's timeless classics.

Pavarotti was one of the most notable and famous opera singers in the world of all time. Luckily, his voice lives on because it appears that his granddaughter Sislena has also inherited his talent for singing.

Sislena rose to fame when she performed in an Italian talent show in 2013. She was only 15 years old at the time.

Pavarotti's granddaughter quickly managed to hit the big note at the end of the song. She then broke down into tears.

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The talented girl stunned the audience with her performance of “Nessun Dorma," a song that was popularized by her grandfather.

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In the video, Sislena makes that big appearance apprehensively. However, she instantly overwhelms the crowd and judges away when she starts singing.

Pavarotti's granddaughter quickly managed to hit the big note at the end of the song. She then broke down into tears.

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The judges were also noticeably touched by her performance. As they prepared to give Sislena feedback, they were seen wiping away tears from their eyes.

To this day, Sislena keeps on singing and shock the public with her stunning voice.

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Her granddad Pavarotti was an Italian operatic tenor who also crossed over into popular music. He became one of the most commercially successful tenors ever.

He made many recordings of complete operas and individual arias, increasing worldwide popularity for the nature of his tone.

The legendary musician eventually established himself as one of the best tenors of the twentieth century. He accomplished the honorific title "The King Of High C's."

Pavarotti was also noted for his charity work. On September 6, 2007, he died from pancreatic cancer.

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