Renata Tebaldi is still remembered as one of the most beloved opera singers of all time.
In his thirty-year career was acclaimed as an interpreter of Verdi in particular, but not only.
For this reason the town of Busseto decided to use the prestigious Palace Scuderie of Villa Pallavicino to set up the museum dedicated to the opera singer.
The museum, located next to the museum of Giuseppe Verdi Villa Pallavicino, was opened on June 2014, at the headquarters of the Stables of Villa Pallavicino.
This museum presents a charming multimedia itinerary through the Italian melodrama heritage, with objects, clothing, and jewels belonging to the woman called by Maestro Arturo Toscanini “Angel Voice” as well as documentary material and testimonies by famous artists and colleagues.
The above museum is ardently supported by the Renata Tebaldi Committee of Milan which, in view of the Bicentenary, has embarked upon a fruitful collaboration with the Municipality of Busseto.
The museum’s aim is not only to make the most of the abundant material from the archives of the famous artist, but also to become a significant music, history and culture centre; a centre able to house further exhibition material, and also events of primary importance.