How Did Placido Domingo Affect America

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“When a young artist is ready, one has to bring him into the limelight,” Placido Domingo. People usually refer to immigrants as people who come to America for better life opportunities, and a better change of life, which is true. However, some immigrants positively change America through a career they chose to follow. They followed their dreams and pursued it in America. America wouldn’t be the same without the influence they did for our country. Immigrants positively affected America in a field of music, fashion, and entertainment. Alfred Hitchcock positively affected America through entertainment. He immigrated from London, United Kingdom, where his first film was made, which was Blackmail. He came to Hollywood to make more movies and films. His first job outside the family business was in 1915 as an estimation for Henley Telegraph, and cable company. Alfred Hitchcock started to draw his own sets for his films in the 1920’s. Surprisingly, he didn’t like to shoot on locations because of the lighting. (IMDB) In the…show more content…
He was one of great opera singers of all times. He immigrated from Madrid, Spain to Mexico. From this point he learned how to play the piano and conduct the National Conservatory of Music. (Britannia) Placido is involved in every important opera house in the world! As a conductor, he lead more than 500 performances (Placido Domingo). He served as the artistic director from 1996 to 2011 and general director of Washington D.C Opera. (Britannia) Because of his strong dedicated to music he got to sing the closing ceremony of the Beijing Olympics in 2008! Popular TV Shows his voice was featured in was the 2008 film, “Beverly Hill Chihuahua,” special edition Dora the Explorer 2008, Book of Line, Tosca, and Rigoletto. Lastly, he appeared as himself on the Simpsons (Placido Domingo). For his commitment to his music career, he won 12 Grammy Awards, 3 Latin Awards, and 2 Emmy
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