The former director of the Teatre Lliure Lluís Pasqual has confessed today that the voice of Montserrat Caballé is the one he has heard the most in his life and has described it as "music of the infinite".
After visiting the soprano's ardent chapel at the Les Corts funeral home in Barcelona, Pasqual revealed to journalists that "the voice of Montserrat Caballé is the one I have heard the most in my life, more than those of my teachers, my partners or my family. "
Caballé is, according to Pasqual, "the music of the infinite, which has made many people happy", and has revealed that when he was young and the fashion was to go to India to practice yoga he would lock himself in his room "to listen to a Aria de Montserrat Caballé and had the same effect ".
He also visited this afternoon the wake of the soprano, the former mayor of Barcelona, Xavier Trias, who said: "Today is a very sad day because we lose an artist out of the ordinary, with great vitality and excellence in everything" .
The former mayor added: "It would have to be a powerful act of homage, and we should be able to make it a joint act between all public administrations and civil society."