Plácido Domingo
Plácido Domingo

Plácido Domingo

ESPClassical, Opera
1,136,630 monthly listeners
  • 192.9K followers
  • 98.9K subscribers
  • 273.8K followers
  • 685 followers
  • 4K followers

Plácido Domingo's Top Spotify Songs

1
Artist Name
La Traviata / Act 1: Libiamo ne'lieti calici
183.7K streams
2
Artist Name
Puccini: Turandot, Act 3: Nessun dorma (Calaf)
108.5K streams
3
Artist Name
Perhaps Love
101.9K streams
4
Artist Name
Puedes Llegar
36K streams
5
Artist Name
Somewhere Over The Rainbow
26.2K streams
183.7K
Streams last week
108.5K
Streams last week
101.9K
Streams last week
36K
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Puedes Llegar

Performers of Puedes Llegar, José Luis Rodríguez, Patricia Sosa, Alejandro Fernandez, Ricky Martin, Carlos Vives, Julio Iglesias, Jon Secada, Gloria Estefan, Plácido Domingo, Roberto Carlos
26.2K
Streams last week

Somewhere Over The Rainbow

Plácido Domingo
23K
Streams last week

'O Sole Mio: 'O sole mio

Eduardo di Capua, Alfredo Mazzucchi, José Carreras, Plácido Domingo, Luciano Pavarotti, Zubin Mehta
14.7K
Streams last week
13.3K
Streams last week

La traviata, Act I: Libiamo ne' lieti calici (Alfredo, Violetta, Chorus)

Giuseppe Verdi, Zubin Mehta, José Carreras, Luciano Pavarotti, Plácido Domingo, Los Angeles Philharmonic
13.1K
Streams last week

Funiculì, funiculà - Live

Luigi Denza, José Carreras, Plácido Domingo, Luciano Pavarotti, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Zubin Mehta
9.8K
Streams last week

Plácido Domingo's YouTube Videos

10.3M
Views

PLACIDO DOMINGO -MALAGUEÑA SALEROSA -

MrGardelspanish

PLACIDO DOMINGO   -MALAGUEÑA SALEROSA -
Youtube
10.3M views
Jul 21, 2011
8M
Views

John Denver & Plácido Domingo in Studio - Perhaps Love (1981)

Jason Wang

John Denver & Plácido Domingo in Studio - Perhaps Love (1981)
Youtube
8M views
Feb 12, 2010
6.8M
Views
Perhaps Love - John Denver & Placido Domingo
Youtube
6.8M views
May 12, 2007

Plácido Domingo's Chart Ranks

Past 12 Months

Events15 Events

Mar
07
José Carreras at RAC Arena
Australia
AUS
, Perth10000 - 30000 Hall
Mar
10
José Carreras at Rod Laver Arena
Australia
AUS
, Melbourne10000 - 30000 Hall
Mar
13
José Carreras at Brisbane Entertainment Centre
Australia
AUS
, Brisbane10000 - 30000 Hall
Mar
16
José Carreras at Qudos Bank Arena
Australia
AUS
, Sydney10000 - 30000 Hall
Apr
04
Plácido Domingo at Salle Gaveau
France
FRA
, Paris0 - 500 Hall
Jun-Sep
22-09
Festival Ljubljana
Slovenia
SVN
, LjubljanaN/A N/A
Past
Aug-Sep
27-25
Stone & Music Festival
Spain
ESP
, MeridaN/A N/A
Past
Jun-Sep
21-08
Festival Ljubljana
Slovenia
SVN
, LjubljanaN/A N/A
Past
Mar
06
Plácido Domingo: Festspielhaus Baden-Baden
Germany
DEU
, Baden-Baden1200 - 2500 Hall
Past
Nov
27
Plácido Domingo at Elbphilharmonie
Germany
DEU
, Hamburg1200 - 2500 Hall
Past

Plácido Domingo's Upcoming Events6 Events

  • José Carreras at RAC Arena

    Plácido Domingo, José Carreras
    RAC Arena
    AUS, Perth
    Hall10K - 30K
  • José Carreras at Rod Laver Arena

    Plácido Domingo, José Carreras
    Rod Laver Arena
    AUS, Melbourne
    Hall10K - 30K
  • José Carreras at Brisbane Entertainment Centre

    Plácido Domingo, José Carreras
    Brisbane Entertainment Centre
    AUS, Brisbane
    Hall10K - 30K
  • José Carreras at Qudos Bank Arena

    Plácido Domingo, José Carreras
    Qudos Bank Arena
    AUS, Sydney
    Hall10K - 30K
  • Plácido Domingo at Salle Gaveau

    Plácido Domingo
    Salle Gaveau
    FRA, Paris
    Hall0 - 500

Plácido Domingo's Past Events9 Events

  • Festival Ljubljana festival

    Lang Lang (郎朗), Wiener Philharmoniker, I Virtuosi Italiani, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Daniel Barenboim, Plácido Domingo, Anna Netrebko, Yusif Eyvazov, Riccardo Muti, Laibach, Juan Diego Flórez, Hélène Grimaud, Elīna Garanča, Vlado Kreslin, Rudolf Buchbinder, Aleksey Igudesman, Vasily Petrenko, Jonathan Stockhammer, Julian Rachlin, Christoph Eschenbach, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, Romana Krajnčan, Manfred Honeck, Sara Hartman, Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra, Božo Paradžik, Esa-Pekka Salonen, RTV Slovenia Symphony Orchestra / Simfonični orkester RTV Slovenija, West-Eastern Divan Orchestra, Karel Mark Chichon, Maxim Rysanov, Hyung-ki Joo, Dmytro Popov, Bernarda Fink, ‎Reinhold Friedrich, Signum Saxophone Quartet, Max Baillie, John Relyea, María José Siri, Dmitry Sitkovetsky, Oksana Lyniv, Krassimira Stoyanova, Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra, Riccardo Zanellato, Lana Trotovsek, Kristóf Baráti, Tomaž Domicelj, Alfonso Scarano, Žigan Krajnčan, Emanuel Abbühl, Irena Yebuah Tiran, Uroš Lajovic, Ramona Zaharia, Orchestra Giovanile Luigi Cherubini, Karlo Horvat, Sophie Koch, Thomas Carroll, Nika Gorič, Ashley Riches, Branimir Slokar, Živa Žohar, Massimo Mercelli, Eriko Takezawa, Marcos Fink, Felix Renggli, Tanja Sonc, Vokalna skupina Gallina, Dan Zhu, Monika Bohinec, Jordi Bernàcer, Benjamin Ziervogel, Marko Hatlak, Aiman Mussakhajayeva, Martin Sušnik, Toni Sotošek, Ole Kristian Dahl, Živa Ploj Peršuh, Izidor Leitinger, François Benda, David Jagodic, Michelangelo Mazza, Valentina Čuden, Matjaž Bogataj, Daniela Pini, Navid Gohari, Latica Honda-Rosenberg, Zora Slokar, Elina Gotsouliak, Mirko Jevtović, Marko Črnčec (Churnchetz), Andrija Šafran, Schaka Brass, Bogdan Stopar, Matej Kravcar, Epifanio Comis, Patrik Greblo, Blaž Ogrič, Kristijan Krajnčan, Janez Triler, 4phonium, Andreja Zakonjšek Krt, Zuzanna Basinska, So-Ock Kim, Jernej Maček, Lovro Korošec, Dušan Topolovec, Polona Plaznik, Simon Krečič, Blaž Trobas, Sebastijan Čelofiga, Janko Volčanšek, KATARINA KOBAL, MD7, Dada Kladenik, Jasna Nadles, Kristjan Zupan, Nino Mureškić
    SVN, Ljubljana
    Small
  • Stone & Music Festival festival

    Camilo, Pablo Alboran, Andrea Bocelli, Estopa, José Luis Perales, Vanesa Martín, Raphael, Amaral, Vetusta Morla, Plácido Domingo, Love of Lesbian, God Save the Queen
    ESP, Merida
    Medium
  • Festival Ljubljana festival

    Plácido Domingo, Martha Argerich, Jonas Kaufmann, Anna Netrebko, Yusif Eyvazov, Valery Gergiev, Vienna Boys' Choir, Arcadi Volodos, Elīna Garanča, Nicola Piovani, Jean-Guihen Queyras, Mariinsky Orchestra, Vlado Kreslin, Daniel Harding, Kristjan Järvi, Baltic Sea Philharmonic, Sonya Yoncheva, Miran Rudan, Božo Paradžik, RTV Slovenia Symphony Orchestra / Simfonični orkester RTV Slovenija, Yefim Bronfman, Karel Mark Chichon, Helena Blagne, Nuša Derenda, Irena Grafenauer, Ana Dežman, José Cura, Oto Pestner, ‎Reinhold Friedrich, Saioa Hernández, Alenka Godec, Alexander Rudin, Saša Lešnjek, Kostas Smoriginas, Boris Bizjak, Dmitry Sitkovetsky, Marko Letonja, Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra, György Gyivicsán, Alex Volasko, Nuška Drašček, Jochen Rieder, Lana Trotovsek, Tomaž Domicelj, Francesco Ivan Ciampa, Jens Peter Maintz, Musica Viva Orchestra, Primož Grašič, Elisa Balbo, Emanuel Abbühl, Irena Yebuah Tiran, Jože Bogolin, Claudi Arimany, Sabina Cvilak, Nika Gorič, Violetta Egorova, Branimir Slokar, Bernardo Brizani, FVG Orchestra, Felix Renggli, Jordi Bernàcer, Damjana Golavšek, Edgar Manyak, Marko Hatlak, Martin Sušnik, Ole Kristian Dahl, Marcell Bakonyi, Živa Ploj Peršuh, François Benda, Michelangelo Mazza, Štefica Stipančević, Guy Ben-Ziony, EROIKA AROMATIKA, Latica Honda-Rosenberg, Komorni zbor DEKOR, Elina Gotsouliak, Teja Leskovšek, Annamaria Dell'Oste, Jonathan Tetelman, Mate Bekavac, Péter Balczó, Tomaž Sevšek, Kristijan Krajnčan, ‎Mario De Rose, Beltinška Banda, Keiko Tamura, Zuzanna Basinska, Mojca Zlobko Vajgl, Thomas Haberlah, Eva-Nina Kozmus, Stefano Romani, Zbor Opere SNG Maribor, Ernest Hoetzl, Karmen Pečar Koritnik, Nino Mureškić, simona vodopivec, Bojan Cvjetićanin
    SVN, Ljubljana
    Small
  • Plácido Domingo: Festspielhaus Baden-Baden

    Plácido Domingo
    Festspielhaus Baden-Baden
    DEU, Baden-Baden
    Hall1.2K - 2.5K
  • Plácido Domingo at Elbphilharmonie

    Plácido Domingo
    Elbphilharmonie
    DEU, Hamburg
    Hall1.2K - 2.5K

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More about Plácido Domingo

Overview of Opera musician Plácido Domingo

The well-known classical and opera singer Plácido Domingo is a native of Madrid, Spain. He is renowned as one of history's greatest tenors and has a long resume of appearances in operas and concerts across the globe. Domingo developed a love for music early on and later enrolled in classes at Mexico City's National Conservatory of Music.

Domingo's vocal range and control are unequaled, and his talent for expressing emotion onstage is absolutely amazing. For his contributions to the music industry, he has won various honors, including 14 Grammy Awards and a Kennedy Center Honor. For decades, audiences have been spellbound by Domingo's distinctive fusion of classical and opera music, and his legacy continues to serve as an example to young performers everywhere.

In conclusion, Plácido Domingo is a highly regarded classical and opera singer from Spain who is renowned for his extraordinary vocal prowess and moving stage presence. His influence on the music business is tremendous, and he will continue to serve as an inspiration for future generations.

What are the most popular songs for Opera musician Plácido Domingo?

The well-known Spanish tenor Plácido Domingo is the author of several well-known operatic and classical tunes. Some of his best songs are "Perhaps Love," a collaboration with John Denver, "La traviata / Act I: Libiamo ne'lieti calici," an aria from the renowned opera, and "Turandot: Nessun Dorma - Live," a stirring rendition of Puccini's masterpiece.

With their lovely Spanish lyrics and melodies, Domingo's "Fallaste Corazon" and "Paloma querida" demonstrate his flexibility as a performer. He has performed the religious songs "Ave Maria" and "Ave Maria, dolce Maria" in his distinctive manner, mesmerizing audiences with the emotional resonance of his voice. The Wizard of Oz's timeless song "Somewhere over the rainbow" is performed by Domingo, and it's just as entrancing as the original.

In contrast, Domingo's performance in "Turandot / Act 3: Nessun dorma" is arguably his most well-known. Anyone who hears him perform the aria will be deeply affected by how strong and moving it is. Another well-known Italian song, "O Sole Mio," has been expertly and passionately delivered by Domingo, who has created a timeless masterpiece.

In conclusion, Plácido Domingo's music has irrevocably changed the world of opera and classical music. He is among the greatest musicians of all time thanks to his distinctive voice and technique, which have mesmerized listeners across the globe. His best songs, such as "Perhaps Love," "Turandot: Nessun Dorma - Live," and "Ave Maria," are only a few illustrations of his brilliance, which will continue to motivate future generations.

What are the latest songs and music albums for Opera musician Plácido Domingo?

The Spanish opera and classical vocalist Plácido Domingo has been very active lately with the release of new compositions. He issued three albums in 2022, each of which had a number of songs by various songwriters. Plácido Domingo's most recent recordings are "Plácido Domingo Sings Wagner," "Plácido Domingo Sings Verdi," and "Plácido Domingo Sings Puccini." These albums highlight his vocal range and adaptability and are certain to please his fans.

In 2023, Domingo not only launched new albums but also a single. The song, "Eres Tu," is a lovely Spanish ballad that highlights his supple, strong voice. This song, which is sure to become a fan favorite, demonstrates his enduring appeal as a performer.

Finally, it's important to note that Domingo has over the years also published a number of "Masterworks" albums. These albums include performances of some of the most well-known operatic and classical compositions, such as Rodrigo's "Concierto de Aranjuez." One of the finest classical and opera singers of all time, Domingo, can be discovered and appreciated through these CDs.

In conclusion, Plácido Domingo never ceases to excite and astonish his admirers with his amazing voice and unwavering commitment to his trade. His most recent albums and single are sure to please, whether you've been a fan for a while or are just discovering his music.

Which are the most important music performances and festival appearances for Opera musician Plácido Domingo?

The acclaimed classical and opera performer Plácido Domingo, a native of Madrid, Spain, has performed at some of the world's most prestigious venues and festivals. The Stone & Music Festival and Festival Ljubljana are two of the best festivals he has performed at. A few of the most recognizable locations, like the Elbphilharmonie, National Palace of Arts of Ukraine, Festspielhaus Baden-Baden, Cankarjev dom, and Messe Congress Graz, bear his imprint.

Domingo's visit at the Stone & Music Festival in France was among his most famous performances. The audience was enthralled by his heartfelt performance of "Granada" and left wanting more. Similar to this, his performance at Hamburg, Germany's Elbphilharmonie was nothing short of extraordinary. Domingo's strong vocals and the superb acoustics of the space combined to produce a performance that will live long in the memory.

Another high point in Domingo's career was his appearance at the Festival Ljubljana in Slovenia. He performed "Nessun Dorma" in awe-inspiring fashion that captivated the audience. He also gave a stirring performance of "La Traviata" at the National Palace of Arts Ukraina in Kiev, Ukraine.

In conclusion, Plácido Domingo's outstanding performances at some of the most renowned venues and festivals throughout the world have had a significant impact on the classical and opera music scenes. His extraordinary talent and beautiful voice enthralled listeners all throughout the world, and his influence on the music business will likely endure for many years to come.

Which are the most important collaborations with other musicians for Opera musician Plácido Domingo?

The well-known Spanish opera and classical pianist Plácido Domingo has worked with a number of eminent musicians over the course of his career. The songs "Perhaps Love" by Lee Holdridge and John Denver, "La traviata / Act I: Libiamo ne'lieti calici" by Carlos Kleiber and Giuseppe Verdi, and "Turandot: Nessun Dorma - Live" by Giacomo Puccini and Il Volo are just a few of his notable collaborations.

The song "Perhaps Love" was one of Domingo's most well-known duets. Lee Holdridge's orchestral arrangements and Domingo's commanding tenor are featured in the John Denver song. In 1981, the song topped the charts and has since grown to become a treasured classic.

Domingo's performance of "La traviata / Act I: Libiamo ne'lieti calici" with the Bayerische Staatsorchester, Carlos Kleiber, and Giuseppe Verdi was another noteworthy collaboration. One of Domingo's most remarkable performances was captured on live recording in 1977. The song highlights Domingo's talent at singing with passion and feeling, and the orchestra's performance enhances this ability.

Along with these projects, Domingo has also collaborated on songs with Julio Iglesias for "Fallaste Corazon" and Bebu Silvetti for "Paloma querida." These partnerships demonstrate Domingo's adaptability and openness to working with musicians of many genres. All things considered, Plácido Domingo's partnerships have aided in solidifying his place among the finest classical and opera musicians of all time.

What do people also ask about Opera musician Plácido Domingo?


What happened to Plácido Domingo?

Over 20 women accused Plácido Domingo of sexual misconduct, leading to his resignation and apology.


What did Plácido Domingo do?

Plácido Domingo participated in "inappropriate conduct" with numerous women while working at the Los Angeles Opera, which he helped build and later oversaw, according to a 2020 inquiry.


What are the allegations against Placido Domingo?

According to the newspaper, eight additional singers and a dancer have accused Plácido Domingo of harassing them, accusing him of forcing wet kisses on other women and pushing his hand down one of their skirts.


Where is Placido Domingo from?

Madrid, Spain.


Who is better Plácido Domingo and Pavarotti?

In terms of talent, Pavarotti was superior. Domingo, though, is a complete package and a dependable performer. In the higher register, where Pavarotti excelled, he always had limitations.


How rich is Plácido Domingo?

Domingo is estimated to be around $300 million according to celebrity net worth.


Is the tenor Placido Domingo still alive?

At 81 years old, Domingo is still alive and continues to be one of opera's largest and most popular stars. In addition, he is the sole surviving member of The Three Tenors, which also comprised Jose Carreras and the late Luciano Pavarotti.