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David Serero: French opera star in London

    French baritone David Serero will be bringing his unique brand of opera to London next week. The singer, who has both performed under the baton of Placido Domingo and dueted with Jermaine Jackson, will be singing a wide range of material at a gala for Israeli food charity Meir Panim followed by a West End concert at the Dominion Theatre on October 18. Serero says he is looking forward to the performances: “There will be everything from Yiddish to opera to razz standards. It’ going to be like a big holiday to lots of musical destinations.”

    For tickets visit www.dominiontheatre.com/david-serero/

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