Legendary tenor Plácido Domingo and renowned cellist Mstislav Rostropovich unite for a remarkable performance in this once-in-a-lifetime concert, filmed live at the Ancient Roman Theater in Mérida, Spain. Performing a variety of operatic overtures and cello concertos from Tchaikovsky, Haydn, Massenet and others in a beautiful open-air setting, the masterful duo is accompanied by the Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra.
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Have you watched Placido Domingo with Mstislav Rostropovich yet? What did you think about it?