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A Tempo with Rachel Katz

Joyce DiDonato and teen opera fan Harry Rose talk about Opera Rocks!

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Lebrecht: Joyce DiDonato

Norman Lebrecht meets the acclaimed American mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato.

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‘Furore’: Handel, Causing Quite A Fuss

The American mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato released a dazzling CD of Handel arias earlier this year.

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‘Why George Frideric Handel Still Matters’

Joyce released her (FURORE) CD in January.

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WNYC / Soundcheck: Joyce DiDonato

If the economy has you upset, consider the fate of Handel heroines.

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Joyce appears on BBC’s “Women’s Hour”

Joyce joins Jane Garvey to discuss what new audiences can bring to opera, why she is glad not to have met Leonard Bernstein, and her love of Handel’s female characters.

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A spirited conversation with the ever-colorful JOHN COPLEY

A spirited conversation with the ever-colorful JOHN COPLEY, one of the world’s premiere theatrical figures and revered opera directors with an stage history going back decades, Joyce and John took time out from working on “The Barber of Seville” to trade lively stories. (Actually, all the stories are John’s!)

Podcast with John Copley

Joyce discusses The Barber of Seville

In this BACKSTAGE AT LYRIC podcast from the Lyric Opera of Chicago, the dynamic and brilliant Roger Pines leads the discussion with Joyce about her debut with this company in her signature role of Rosina. (Courtesy of the Lyric Opera of Chicago)

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