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Jose Carreras Biography
JOSÉ CARRERAS occupies a privileged position in the music world. Born in Barcelona, he studied music in his hometown. In 1970 he started his professional career in the Gran Teatre del Liceu of Barcelona with Nabucco and Lucrezia Borgia.
His meteoric musical career resulted in early debuts at the world's most prestigious opera theatres and festivals, including the Teatro alla Scala of Milan ( Un Ballo in Maschera , 1975); the New York Metropolitan Opera House ( Tosca , 1974); San Francisco Opera ( La Bohme , 1973); the Vienna Staatsoper ( Rigoletto , 1974); London's Royal Opera House ( La Traviata , 1974); The Oper of Munich ( Tosca , 1974); Chicago's Lyrics Opera ( Un Ballo in Maschera , 1976); and the Festivals of Salzburg ( Don Carlo , 1976); Aix en Provence ( Roberto Devereux , 1977); Edinburgh ( Verdi Requiem , 1982) and Verona ( Carmen , 1984).
José Carreras has collaborated with the most renowned orchestra conductors, among others Herbert von Karajan (an artistic and personal relationship which lasted over twelve years and included performances in Salzburg, Berlin and Vienna), Claudio Abbado, Riccardo Muti, Lorin Maazel, Riccardo Chailly, Colin Davis, Giuseppe Sinopoli, James Levine, Carlo Maria Giulini, Leonard Bernstein and Zubin Metha, and with pre-eminent stage directors such as: Franco Zeffirelli, Jean Pierre Ponnelle, Giorgio Strehler, Luigi Comencini, Harold Prince.