The singer Montserrat Caballé will be buried in the cemetery of Sant Andreu in Barcelona with her parents.
Her niece Montserrat Caballé, the person who has accompanied her professionally during the last two decades, who is the daughter of Carles Caballé, brother and representative of the artist, explained during the chapel.
He has also said that the funeral of Les Corts is open to the public, both for the burning chapel this Sunday and for the funeral on Monday.
When remembering that she was very believer in God, she explained that a funeral service is planned apart from the dismissal on Monday at the funeral home, although they still do not know in which church.
He has highlighted on behalf of the family all the expressions of affection from well-known but also anonymous people, to whom the family is grateful.
Her relatives are sad but serene after the soprano's death – "I believe that as a human being she was more important than as an artist" – and she has assured that they are strong, even though her widower, Bernabé Martí, will be 90 years old. one month.
"He was a normal, simple and humble person," and that's how he justified the burning chapel being done in a funeral home like most people, because she herself long ago said she did not want to be exposed.
The cause of death was kidney failure after a gallbladder infection, on which they could not operate, although drainage could be done to make the infection subside.
He has also said that the family has accepted that there are cultural tributes, as the Minister of Culture had raised the family shortly before the wake.
José Guirao was one of the first to pass through chapel 6 of the funeral parlor of Les Corts, where there is a white garland on the entire frame of the door of his wake.
Other politicians have also been: the former president of the Generalitat Jordi Pujol and the leader of Cs, Albert Rivera.
It has also seen the president of the Liceu, Salvador Alemany, and the former director general and leader of the PSC Joan Francesc Marco.
And other characters have visited the chapel, such as Father Angel and Father Apelles – separately.