One adjective you can never apply to Plácido Domingo is lazy.
In 2015 he's taking on a double bill at the Teatro Real in Madrid, conducting one opera and singing another. On the same night. Plácido Domingo is 73 (give or take), let's not forget.
Luckily for Domingo Goyescas, the only opera by Enrique Granados, is unfamiliar enough for the baritenor's conducting skills to escape comparison with the likes of Carlos Kleiber.
The baton-wagging had better not overtax him, because after the interval he's back for Gianni Schicchi (a revival of the 2008 Woody Allen production for LA Opera). Domingo has essayed the odd tune here and there, but I believe this is the first time he'll sing the baritone title role in full on stage. His last ever role debut? Who can say.