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Homecoming: Kansas City Presents Joyce DiDonato

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An iTunes exclusive, Joyce returns home to join her Kansas City Symphony orchestra in a concert broadcast nationally for the PBS Summer Arts Festival.

When Joyce DiDonato comes to town it’s not just an event worth attending. It’s a cause for celebration. The world-famous mezzo-soprano performed with Kansas City Symphony on Friday night at Helzberg Hall, living up to her stellar reputation as one of the world’s premier vocalists.

DiDonato presented music that was sublime and profound.” ~ KC Star

With Michael Stern, Music Director

2 Comments

  1. carlos dimas said…

    adorei joyce didonato

  2. Welcome Home to Kansas City dear Yankee Diva! Your fellow home-town citizens must be so proud of you—quite rightly! I wish I had been there to witness what must have been a wonderful evening

    Jake said it all in the video clip: the human voice is the THE most perfect musical instrument which reaches out to our souls especially an instrument of the quality of yours which has touched me like no other.

    Thank you.
    With every good wish for your continued success—EVERYWHERE! You deserve it because you have earned it through determination and immense hard work. Is it any wonder that we, your fans, love you so much?
    Ken

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You are here to serve the words, the director, the melody, the author, the chord progression, the choreographer ~ but above all and most importantly, with every breath, step, and stroke of the keyboard, you are here to serve humanity.

~ Joyce DiDonato