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  1. Maria said…

    Hello Mrs.Diva!
    I don’t know where was I all these years that I never had the wonderful experience to notice you. The first time I saw you was on a local program showing your performance in your hometown Kansas City..I know you have receive more than any words I can express of your amazing talent!!! But something more amazing is your blessed personality!!! that flows naturaly with your talent that makes anyone enjoy what you do so well and continue enjoying the amazing world God gave us..so continue spreading that so “beautiful you” to world…its just amazing!!!

    God Blessed!

    Maria/Florida

    • Veronica said…

      Oh, Maria, I so agree with you. I, too, am amazed at Ms.DiDonato’s amazing voice, but more so of her beautiful soul, her blessed personality!! You are truly amazing Ms.DiDonato!!

  2. Tonya Lewis Callahan said…

    I, too, am absolutely amazed at Ms. DiDonato’s brilliant voice! And lo and behold, she hails from WSU where I walked in the same halls and performed on the same stages back in 1986-90. Music theatre, piano and especially theatre were my areas of interest, and must’ve passed Joyce many a time in the hallways without even knowing it, how could I have missed this talented person?!!

    Ms. DiDonato was featured on WCRB in Boston and I fell in love with her voice. She has already inspired me to resume formal voice training again and not ever stop growing as an artist.

    Thank you for your divine voice, Joyce!

    Truly,
    Tonya Lewis Callahan

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