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Jose Carreras after three years in Zurich


José Carreras (Solist)

Lorenzo Bavaj (Klavier)



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Let's meet at 7:10PM in front of the Opernhous, on the stairs near the entrance on the side of Goethe bar, before the concert and on the balcony on the 1st floor during the intermission.

Hope to see you there!

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  • Ana

    The audience was in the Opera last night to hear Jose Carreras sing, but they were also there simply to be in his physical presence, to celebrate yet another time that he was able to stand before them. Our happiness was obvious. Standing ovations in this context have a different meaning to those at ordinary classical concerts. They are to say thank you for "being you" and for "being here". They are a reflection of the place that Mr. Carreras has in so many hearts, hearts that just cannot bear to let him go. I honestly think that if Carreras had stood on that stage and sung until 3 am, the audience would still have begged for more.

    July 3, 2012

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