The gala concert with Plácido Domingo has a new arena and date, purchased tickets are valid for Annexet on January 15.
Before your visit
WarmUp at SkyView Café from 17.30, via entrance 6. The doors to the concert hall opens at 18.30, also via entrance 6. The concert starts at 19.30 and ends at app 21.30. The bar inside the arena will be open until concert starts and during intermission. Coat check at entrance 6 (20 SEK - payment by cash only).
Information about the change of arena and date
The exclusive gala concert with Plácido Domingo, planned at Ericsson Globe on 5 December has been forced to change its date. The new date is January 15, and the concert will be taking place at Annexet, adjacent to Ericsson Globe, orchestrated by Stockholm Sinfonietta.
Ticket purchased for Ericsson Globe are valid on the new date 15 January. Tickets may also be repurchased, at the point of purchase, no later than 17 December, 2012.
Ticket exchange for all with tickets on the stands will be made on the date of event. Floor tickets do NOT need to be exchanged.
Plácido Domingo, one of the world's most recognized and influential opera singers has confirmed two concerts in Sweden, including one at Annexet in Stockholm.
Domingo turned 70 last year and celebrated his 50th anniversary as well, starting from his first starring role. Domingo continues his career with a voice so vibrant and impressive that no one else can claim the title as the world's greatest tenor.
Born in Madrid, Spain, Plácido Domingo and his family soon moved to Mexico and at the age of 18 he made is debut at the National Opera of Mexico. During the 70's, Domingo was established as one of the world's leading tenorer, beside the great Pavarotti. Together with Luciano Pavarotti and José Carreras, Plácido Domingo performed in the 90's as one of "The Three Tenors".
This far, Domingo has made over 3500 performances with over 138 various parts, something no other tenor can measure up to. He has been honoured with a great number of awards. In 2009 he became the first to receive the Birgit Nilsson Prize in Stockholm, the only winner elected by Birgit Nilsson herself before she passed away.
The repertoire goes from Mozart to Verdi, from Berlioz to Puccini, from Wagner to Ginastera.
Plácido Domingo is also a highly respected conductor. He recently resigned from the Washington National Opera after 15 years of service, but continues to lead the Los Angeles opera.
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