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Rolando Villazón sings for the Health Clown

Rolando Villazón sings for the Health Clown The world-renowned operatic singer Rolando Villazón will support on June 20 in the Spanish Hall of the Prague Castle at the Benefit concert of the Health Clown. Accompanied by renowned pianist Carrie-Ann Matheson, she sings a program of compositions by Spanish, Argentinean or Mexican composers.

The charismatic Mexican tenor is one of the most respected singers in the world, and during his career he has managed to conquer the opera audience all over the world. In addition to his singing skills, he was also famous for his typical stage performance, a spiced note of humor.

Dr. Rollo , as Villazone's clown name is, used to be Health Clown and is also a longtime international ambassador of this foundation. "They can convert tears into laughter. They bring luck and color to the hospital. As much as possible, accompanying them on their visits to hospitals and seeing once again how great work they do, " says Rolando Villazón.

The Health Clown is a leading charity organization in the Czech Republic. The faithful idea of ​​helping laughs is attended by specially trained clowns of the hospital, long-term care homes, homes for the elderly, and hospices for seventeen years. Armed with their famous red noses bring laughter and joy to places where they are most needed. "We are delighted to see that our ambassador, Rolando Villazón, is the interpreter of the galaconcer, who understands the idea of ​​Health Clowns because he was one of them. It is not only from goodwill, but also from heart and experience, " says Kateřina Slámová, Kubešová, director of the clown Kateřina Slámová and adds: " Music and laughter have one thing in common - they uplift the human soul. An extraordinary experience, crowned by the needy, will be carried away by supporters of Health Clowns and supporters of opera singing. "


Source: tz, edited editorially



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