If Andrea Bocelli and Renée Fleming can rightfully be called two of the biggest, brightest stars in opera, then Luciano Pavarotti (who died of pancreatic cancer in 2007) is a supernova – the most famed, honored tenor ever to grace the stage. They’ll pay musical tribute to the man who thrilled audiences at The Met for more than 30 years and who ruled the classical crossover genre with The Three Tenors, at this much-anticipated concert, which is also scheduled to feature a special guest appearance by Pavarotti’s trio mate Plácido Domingo. Accompanied live by the acclaimed L.A. Opera Orchestra at the legendary Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Bocelli and Fleming are set to perform favorite arias, iconic songs and sure-to-be-breathtaking duets. And even if you’re not an opera fan, you’ll recognize Bocelli from his many TV appearances and his vocal accompaniment of the famous fountain show at Las Vegas’ Venetian Hotel. Fleming is a National Medal of Arts winner who made a big splash at 2014’s Super Bowl XLVIII with her stunning version of the national anthem. Don’t miss the rare chance to see these bestselling, acclaimed artists together in a single concert, benefiting pancreatic cancer research.