KS Plácido Domingo
KS PLÁCIDO DOMINGO is one of the most significant artists of the 20th century and has been the international benchmark of interpreting for decades. His vocal repertoire, which he extended to works such as Simon Boccanegra and Macbeth, includes over 147 different roles – a number which has not been reached by any other tenor so far. As a conductor, Plácido Domingo has directed over 500 operas and concert performances. Also as an Opera Director (Los Angeles Opera and Washington National Opera, he has made a name for himself. At the Wiener Staatsoper, where he is an honorary member, he gave his debut in 1967 (Don Carlo) on more than 220 evenings (over 30 times as the conductor). He has sang here among others Radames, Don José, Don Carlo, Gustaf III., Stiffelio, Otello, Canio, Rigoletto-Herzog, Cavaradossi, Manrico, Siegmund, Idomeneo, Lohengrin, Rodolfo, Dick Johnson, Hoffmann, Turiddu, Faust, Loris, Samson, Enzo Grimaldo, Parsifal, Hermann, and Simon Boccanegra. Aside from this, up until now Plácido Domingo has conducted performances of Aida, Carmen, Die Fledermaus, Macbeth, I puritani, Tosca, La traviata, Il trovatore, Nabucco, and Madama Butterfly in the House on the Ring.