When it becomes clear that no one else shares your level of passion, you are where you belong.
The high note is not the only thing.
I hope I have given back half the joy music has given me.
Sometimes pianists try to sound like singers: me personally, I try to sound like a Bösendorfer.
I then realized that I could never be satisfied again with the mere natural charm of my voice, that I had to constantly paint when singing, melting all the colors, expressing reds and blacks that had to be less primary but bursting with subtly colored combinations.
But enough joking. I am singing. This is all my life.
But I won't deprive myself of singing opera as long as my voice follows.
The press regularly proclaims my ambitions and my financial demands.
When a young artist is ready, one has to bring him into the limelight.
I have always studied my parts with the orchestral score and not with the piano reduction.
Should it happen tomorrow, I would fall to my knees to give thanks to God for such a career.
Between parts I was too old for and roles that were too overwhelming, out of reach then for my voice. I carved out a niche with the Wagnerian repertoire since I am attracted by its theatrical intensity.
When I was a young man, I was a baritone, very far from possessing the whole range of the tenor then.
To stay at my best, I have to stop talking during the preceding day.
I am never wrong when it comes to my possibilities.
Honestly, if the public still wants to hear me in some works, I have to go down a half step.
The public made me and then encouraged me for many years, and my future even now depends upon it.
I will prove that a great conducting career is expecting me.
I attended less than two years of Conservatory in Mexico City.
I feel at home in an orchestral score.
This season, over eight productions, I am presenting four young tenors.
When working with an orchestra, you never spend more than 20 minutes per recording session.
The public is a part of my real life.
When you are confronted with an opera, you have to keep an eye on everything: the musicians, the chorus, the ballet, the singers, the staging.
When facing symphonic orchestras which have played some works five thousands times, you have nothing to do.
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