Plácido Domingo event at Harvard postponed

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Due to an unexpected change in circumstances, “Giving Voice: A Conversation with Plácido Domingo,” scheduled for Thursday, October 22, 2015 at Harvard University’s Sanders Theatre, has been postponed. A date and ticketing information for the rescheduled event will be announced by the presenters, which include the Division of Arts and Humanities, Office for the Arts at Harvard, and Instituto Cervantes Observatory of the Spanish Language and Hispanic Cultures.

Patrons who obtained tickets for October 22 through the Harvard Box Office online or by phone will have their handling fees refunded; for more information, call 617.496.2222.

Plácido Domingo has sung 147 opera roles and has given more than 3,600 career performances. His repertoire spans the gamut from Mozart to Verdi and Berlioz to Puccini. He performs in every important opera house in the world and has made more than 100 recordings of complete operas, compilations of arias and duets, and crossover discs. He has won 13 Grammy Awards and has made more than 50 music videos.

Domingo is the former general director of Washington National Opera; currently he is the Eli and Edythe Broad General Director of Los Angeles Opera, which, under his guidance, has become one of America’s most significant opera ensembles.

For more information, visit the Office for the Arts website or call 617.495.8676.