Tour Dates


Feb 14 - Helsinki

Gala Concert


February 29
March 3 - Berlin

I Capuleti e i Montecchi / Romeo (in concert)


March 9 - Versailles



April 9 - Paris

Werther / Charlotte (in concert)


April 11 - Amsterdam



Gala Concert in Helsinki

Joyce DiDonato travels to Finland this month, as the featured artist in a special Gala Concert event at Helsinki’s Finlandia-Talo, on February 14. Tickets are available via Ticketmaster; please note several seating areas are now sold-out, with limited availability remaining in the theater.


SemperOpernball in Dresden

Joyce DiDonato is a featured artist for this year’s SemperOpernball, at the Semperoper Dresden on January 29. This spectacular annual event highlights acclaimed artists from a variety of genres. The 2016 programme also includes pop singer Semino Rossi, dancers from the Lido in Paris, and students from the Warsaw School of Arts and their costume extravaganza. Ticket levels and more information for this not-to-be-missed evening are available at the following link.

Joyce DiDonato to star in documentary feature film as Florence Foster Jenkins

The acclaimed opera star makes her cinematic debut portraying ‘the worst singer of all time’.
Shooting for the The Florence Foster Jenkins Story starts in January



Best of 2016 Master Classes at Carnegie Hall

Reflections: Joyce DiDonato 2015 Master Classes

New York Philharmonic Honors World Series Challenge Featuring Joyce DiDonato

La Donna del Lago: “Ah sì! Annunzi un tuo baleno” (Brownlee, DiDonato)


“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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Amber! YOU ROCK! Thank you!

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AAAAYYYY!! Well then, that video was entirely worth it!!! BRAVO (and keep practicing - then it becomes 2nd nature!)

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Dedicating Romeo

Tonight is the opening of “I Capuleti e i Montecchi” here in Zurich. It is a role that I feel and love very deeply, and the opportunity to bring him to life, set to Bellini’s exquisitely well crafted vocal lines, fills me with tremendous gratitude. (I’ve written about my passion for him before.)

It tells the familiar story of Romeo and Juliet: the story we know well, masterfully told by Shakespeare, read aloud in countless sophomore literature classes, endlessly danced to (by yours truly, at least) in Bernstein’s version, retold and remade in numerous cultures and epochs – always breaking our hearts in the end.

Bellini’s version hails from later Italian sources, and as the title indicates, throws the emphasis squarely on the shoulders of these two warring families. This is undeniably an opera about war. Here there is no love duet between the two: they fight in every scene, even in death, never finding peace – even as harmonious thirds in the music ache for them to find each other. After the deaths, the warring families rush the stage and we see how the cycle will inevitably continue.

Why is this on my mind today?







There will always be more freedom to acquire and more truth to uncover.

~ Joyce DiDonato