«He will be missed»: at London’s Barbican remember Hvorostovsky

© Photo : Wiener Staatsoper/Michael Pei singer Dmitri Hvorostovsky. Archive photo«He will be missed»: at London’s Barbican remember Hvorostovsky© Photo : Wiener Staatsoper/Michael Pöhn

Musical Director of London’s prestigious Barbican concert hall, Hugh Humphreys, said RIA Novosti that with the death of Dmitri Hvorostovsky, the world prematurely lost «an incredible artist at the peak of his creative career», and admitted that at the Barbican still fondly remember the performances of the singer.

«We are in the Barbican saddened by the news of the death of Dmitri Hvorostovsky, and our thoughts now are with his family and friends at this difficult time. Music lovers, fans and colleagues in the music industry today, too early lost an incredible artist at his peak,» said Humphries.

«We warmly remember Dmitry here, at the Barbican, remember many memorable moments with him, and especially his last, to enjoy success with critics appearance at the Barbican in March 2014 with a concert of Russian songs,» said Humphries.

«He will be missed. We are grateful for the enormous amount of records that he left, so we will be able to remember this man, his music and everything he gave the world his outstanding art. Our thoughts are with his family and friends,» he said.

Earlier Wednesday, the singer’s family announced on the page Hvorostovsky in Facebook that he died. Hvorostovsky has died on 56-m to year of life after long illness. At the end of June 2015, the singer, for many years lived in London, announced that she was suffering from a brain tumor.

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