Birthplace and museum of Arturo Toscanini

Parma - Borgo Tanzi Rodolfo, 13/A

Birthplace and museum of Arturo Toscanini


Entry price: € 2.00
Schools, groups, over 65 and under 14: 1 €. Notes: Reservations required for groups. The ticket entitles you to entry at a reduced price at the Teatro Regio.


From Wednesday to Saturday 9-13 and 14-18, 14-18 Sunday (winter hours). Notes: The summer hours are not available because they change every year.


Telephone: +39 0521 285499
FAX: +39 0521 031170


Arturo Toscanini was born in Parma 1867 and entered the Royal School of Music at the age of nine, graduating in cello and composition at 18 years old. He started his career as a conductor immediately after, becoming one of the greatest performers of all times.


His birthplace, a modest house on the west side of the river has been turned into a museum in 1967, when his children donated it to the town.

In the small rooms is a collection of relics and records gathered from the houses he lived in, retracing a career that tranformed a man of humble origins into a myth in the field music.

In a special room the Aureliano Pertile Foundation displays some pieces giving evidence of the close relation between Toscanini and the famous tenor.


Source: local staff Parma


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