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December 19, 23, 27, 30 - Barcelona

Maria Stuarda / Maria Stuarda

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January 2, 8, 10 - Barcelona

Maria Stuarda / Maria Stuarda

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February 1 - Kansas City

Harriman-Jewel Recital

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February 5 - New York City

Recital

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February 16 - New York City

La Donna del Lago / Elena

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Maria Stuarda at the Gran Teatre del Liceu

Joyce DiDonato revisits one of her signature roles this winter in Barcelona, as the title character in Donizetti’s Maria Stuarda. This impressive co-production from the Gran Teatre del Liceu, Royal Opera House – Covent Garden, Polish National Opera, and the Théâtre des Champs Elysées features striking visuals combining new world, minimalistic sets and projections with old world-inspired costumes. Performances take place December 19, 23, 27 & 30, and January 2, 8 & 10. More

Joyce sings US National Anthem to over 25 million viewers at World Series Final after worldwide social media campaign

Lifelong Kansas City Royals fan Joyce DiDonato sings the US National Anthem at the final game of the Major League Baseball World Series tonight, 29 October, where her home team meets the San Francisco Giants, attracting over 25 million viewers. This is the first time in 29 years the Royals have made the final, which will be played out in Kansas City’s Kauffman Stadium. More

Live-stream of Joyce’s recital “A Journey Through Venice” at Carnegie Hall

Joyce DiDonato returns to Carnegie Hall November 4 with an exciting program titled “A Journey Through Venice” featuring Venetian songs and arias dating from the Baroque era to the 21st century, including works by Vivaldi and Rossini. This highly anticipated recital is part of Joyce’s Perspectives series, and is presented in collaboration with pianist David Zobel. The New York Times heralds Ms. DiDonato’s upcoming events at Carnegie: “A complete artist whose virtuosity meshes to vivid effect with her charismatic stage presence, Ms. DiDonato has programmed some of the composers who have long been an integral part of her career.”

The recital will also receive a free webcast, available worldwide via medici.tv as part of their new partnership with Carnegie Hall. The broadcast will be streamed live on November 4, and available free of charge on the site for 90 days following the original airdate.

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Joyce DiDonato ‘Stella di Napoli’ live at Gowanus Ballroom, Brooklyn

Joyce DiDonato: Alcina by Handel

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“As expected, DiDonato has virtuosity to spare, but what makes this disc special is the shimmering radiance of emotion she brings to operas such as Bellini’s Adelson e Salvini and Pacini’s Saffo. In Mary Stuart’s radiantly sung solo before her execution DiDonato leaves no doubt that her own star is at its height.”
-Financial Times

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Happy Thanksgiving everyone! "Blessed are those that can give without remembering and receive without forgetting." (Unknown)

26 Nov

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The Juilliard School’s 109th Commencement Speech ~ Joyce DiDonato

Chairman Kovner, President Polisi, most distinguished honorees, dedicated family, friends, faculty, and to EACH of the talented, ambitious, courageous, adventurous Juilliard graduates of the class of 2014 before us here today, thank you!

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We need you to remind us what empathy is by taking us deep into the hearts of those who are, God forbid, different than us – so that we can recapture the hope of not only living in peace with each other, but THRIVING together in a vibrant way where each of us grows in wonder and joy.

~ Joyce DiDonato