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You may know him as one of the "Three Tenors" but his career stands out on its own and Jose Carreras occupies a privileged position in the melodic world of classical music.
He gave his first public performance at the tender age of eight and since then his meteoric musical career resulted in early debuts at the world’s most prestigious opera theatres; including the New York Metropolitan Opera House and London’s Royal Opera House.
His repertoire includes over 60 operas, including "La Boheme," "Don Carlo" and "Carmen."
Together with his opera activities, he has given frequent recitals in the world’s most famous halls - from Carnegie Hall to the Royal Albert Hall in London; the Salle Pleyel in Paris to the Konzerthaus of Vienna and the NHK Hall in Tokyo, his work is truly global.
However, there’s more to his life than just recitals, opera and songs.
In 1987 whilst filming La Bohème in Paris he was found to be suffering from acute lymphoblastic leukemia and given a 1 in 10 chance of survival.
However, he recovered from the disease after undergoing a grueling treatment involving chemotherapy, radiation therapy and a bone marrow transplant.
In fact, the "Three Tenors" concerts, with his contemporaries Plácido Domingo and Luciano Pavarotti, were conceived to raise money for the “José Carreras International Leukemia Foundation”.
Carreras is currently performing as part of the BBC Proms concerts in London - Here's your chance have your questions answered by the great singer.
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