The more Plácido Domingo has studied, travelled and performed, the deeper his love of music has become. He maintains an active performance career as a singer and conductor, in addition to his work as a cultural impresario and entrepreneur. He serves as General Director of the Los Angeles Opera; Chairman of the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry; President of Europa Nostra, Founder of Operalia, the World Opera Competition; and proprietor of Pampano, his restaurant in New York City.
Years ago, a fan suggested that Plácido Domingo (whose name literally translates as “Placid Sunday”) should use the saying “If I rest, I rust™” as a motto. In fact, Domingo has been incessantly active since the age of sixteen ― and the more he has studied, travelled and performed, the more he has felt fulfilled and the deeper his love of music has become.Read More