Plácido Domingo conducts a Spanish Night at the Waldbühne

The international tenor Plácido Domingo, who was born in Madrid to two zarzuela singers, has a natural affinity for Spanish music, and in July 2001 it was with visible pleasure that he presented a Spanish Night at the Waldbühne in Berlin. The occasion also marked his debut as a conductor with the Berliner Philharmoniker. The evening’s two soloists were the soprano Ana María Martínez and the violinist Sarah Chang, whose passionate performances delighted their audience.

Berliner Philharmoniker

Plácido Domingo

Programme Guide

© 2001 EuroArts Music International



Plácido Domingo tenor, conductor
Pablo de Sarasate composer
Sarah Chang violin
Emmanuel Chabrier composer
Johann Strauss II composer
Federico Moreno Torroba composer
Ana María Martínez soprano
Manuel de Falla composer
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov composer
Ernesto Lecuona composer
Isaac Albéniz composer
Jules Massenet composer
Paul Lincke composer

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