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Placido Domingo has been at home on the world's stages for over half a century. Well over 4,000 singing and conducting engagements to date have taken him across the globe, from leading opera houses to historic concerts celebrating some of the greatest international events He began his illustrious career in Italy precisely at the Arena di Verona in the summer of 1969, with Turandot and Don Carlo. A top-level international career then followed, which continues to this day, as a tenor, baritone, orchestra conductor, general manager and mentor of young talents. The performances already scheduled with which he will be the star of 2019, therefore further strengthen the deep bond between the Verona amphitheatre's Opera Festival and this great artiste, 50 years after his debut on the world's largest stage. Extracts from three Verdi operas "Nabucco", "I Due Foscari", and "Macbeth" make up the program.