The heiress of the artist said goodbye to him on social networks. Little Nina admitted that will always keep the memory of a beloved father. This week the famous Opera baritone passed away after battling a severe illness.
Wednesday, November 22, it became known that he died the Opera singer Dmitri Hvorostovsky. The contractor struggled with cancer. The death of the famous actor was a severe blow to his fans. Close Hvorostovsky try to keep from last forces. On the eve of the daughter of the musician dedicated to him a touching post in one of the social networks. 10-year-old Nina admitted that worries about the loss of his father. According to heiress Hvorostovsky, she will always remember about him.
Familiar Hvorostovsky recalled the severe trials that befell him
“Yesterday was the saddest day of my life. I just lost my most amazing friend in the world, the Pope, and singer. I’ll miss you very much and I’ll never forget you. We remain strong and will keep you in my heart throughout life. We thank all those who remembered my father. We will miss you, dad,” shared Nina.
Users of social networks supported the family of Dmitri Hvorostovsky. They also expressed condolences to the family of the artist. “A great singer and man! The bright memory. I’ll never forget him”, “we Grieve together with you”, “Sorry”, “He is forever in our hearts”, “There are people living on this earth long, but had no time in his long life to do anything good. Your dad, Nina, had a lot and so many people gave unforgettable impressions, emotions and reflections. God rest his soul. We will remember him and pray for all of you, his loved ones,” “can’t even read… Tears and a lump in the throat”, “First time I heard it as a young girl. I was very impressed. It has been many years, and I can’t forget… it’s hard to lose loved ones,” commented fans.
Earlier, the family of Dmitri Hvorostovsky made an official statement in which he asked fans of his work not to buy flowers but to make donations to benefit the British charity Cancer Research UK, engaged in research of cancer.
The widow of Dmitri Hvorostovsky Florence also thanked all the caring people for support. The woman gave his address via the Russian Embassy in the UK. “Your participation is helping us through this difficult time. Our family lost a husband, father and son… We are grateful to all, who mourns with us,” she said.
Farewell to a famous Opera singer will be held on Monday, November 27, in the Concert hall named after Tchaikovsky, if they signed the necessary documents in London, where he lived artist.