NEW YORK -- At 66, Placido Domingo says he's too old to sing the part of a love-struck teenage Romeo. But he's better suited than anyone for the role of coach and mentor to a young tenor who's considered a budding opera star.
Joseph Kaiser made his Metropolitan Opera debut Wednesday in Gounod's "Romeo et Juliette," with Domingo - best known as a tenor - conducting the orchestra. Kaiser, a 29-year-old Canadian, was a surprise replacement for famed tenor Rolando Villazon, who canceled six weeks ago. READ MORE HERE