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by Cristina Necula
The term “force of nature” often applies to those human beings who encompass at once faith, passion, inexhaustible energy, and complete dedication to their mission in life. Their impact on the world is lasting, carrying with it the capacity to change people’s lives and create history.
To say that Plácido Domingo is simply a force of nature, however, is to present an inadequate description of the celebrated tenor. From singer to conductor to artistic director, this veritable Renaissance man has devoted his entire life to creating unforgettable artistic moments, to popularizing opera, and ensuring its future by serving in all aspects of the business. His generosity and caring has guided the footsteps of countless singers in their quest of an operatic career.
Plácido Domingo is a name synonymous with opera, known internationally even in venues completely removed from the world of classical music. His legacy of recordings, videos, and books, his competition (Operalia) and continuous ...
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