Montserrat Caballé is being honored from all political and cultural spheres. Soon after hearing the news, the president of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, lamented the "sad news". "His voice and his sweetness will always remain with us," he said.
This has been stated by the President of the Executive in a publication on his Twitter account. "Sad news: a great ambassador of our country dies, an internationally recognized opera soprano", she pointed out.
Pablo Casado, president of the Popular Party, also used the social network Twitter to leave a message in which he recognizes Caballé as one of the most important Spanish of the s. XX
Sad news of the death of Montserrat Caballé, one of the most important Spaniards of the 20th century and an icon of international music whose legacy we will always enjoy. Today the lovers of his voice and all Spaniards are in mourning. D.E.P pic.twitter.com/yTnYDTcuu2
– Pablo Casado Blanco (@pablocasado_) October 6, 2018
The leader of Ciudadanos remembers in his Twitter account the legacy left to the culture by the opera singer and includes a video of his performance with Freddie Mercury interpreting "Barcelona". The theme that would open the Olympic Games in the city in 1992.
The president of the Generalitat, Quim Torra, highlighted this Saturday that the soprano Montserrat Caballé was a "unique singer in the world of opera" and universal Catalan.
Speaking to Catalunya Ràdio after hearing the death of the soprano collected by Europa Press, Torra has also stated that she was an extraordinary woman and has valued that she was "one of the great singers" of Rossini's works.
In addition to highlighting his career as an artist, he has highlighted his "side as a universal Catalan, exporter of the name of Catalunya", and has assured that he deserves a tribute from the country.
Sad news. A great ambassador of our country dies, an opera soprano recognized internationally. Monserrat Caballé, his voice and his sweetness, will always remain with us. pic.twitter.com/joriB5omc5
– Pedro Sánchez (@sanchezcastejon) October 6, 2018
The RTVE archive has uploaded some videos to their social networks one of their great works of the soprano.