03. August 2007 · Comments Off · Categories: Ramble

On whether he would ever consider accepting a music director position with a symphony orchestra: “What I can tell you? It would be very flattering to receive such an offer. My experience in the symphonic repertoire not as broad as it is with opera. I have been fortunate to conduct world-class orchestras such as the Chicago Symphony, Berlin, Vienna, the National Symphony. But if you want to be a music director, it is better to start at a place that is not so big.”

The above is from an article about Placido Domingo.
So what do you think? Maybe he’d come to SSV?

Maybe not.

I have worked with him once. But he wasn’t conducting. He was just … you know … doing that other thing he does sometimes … um … oh yeah, singing.

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