Quim Fernàndez, from Mataró Cultural, interviews the tenor from Mataró, Josep Fadó

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The tenor from Mataró explains in an interview with Mataró Cultural that as a child he came into contact with music and theater. He was influenced by his paternal grandfather, who played in the municipal band, and by his father, who did amateur theater in Sala Cabanyes.

At the age of seven he was part of the Escolania de Santa Anna-Pueri Cantores in Mataró. He immediately steps on a stage for the first time playing the character of Benjamin in The shepherds Mataro. He began studying music and studied solfeggio, piano and violin with Albert Nieto, also from Mataró. Later, he began his singing studies at the Liceu Conservatory and continued until obtaining the Higher Degree at the Barcelona Conservatory of Music.

In the interview, Long ago Joep explains how he started professionally and when he decided that music was his only source of income. He also gives a brief tour of the works he has performed and the different cities where he has performed.

Another interesting point of the conversation is when the tenor confesses his willingness to collaborate on local projects whenever asked. He also tells us what it meant for him to record "The seven words of Taltabull" at the Teatre Monumental in 2015. A project that worked for a long time and in which many people and institutions were involved.

Finally, we will learn about the different projects in his portfolio, despite the uncertainty of the moment in which we are, which has forced the cancellation or postponement of some of the scheduled performances.

Here you can listen to the entire program.

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