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Post-Operatic Garden of Idealistic Delights

Santa Barbara Independent

Santa Barbara Independent In the life and career trajectory of an operatic singer — even those with a reputation for adventurous repertoire — parameters of the profession are, by definition, fairly {…}

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Joyce DiDonato Is Changing the World With Eden

San Francisco Classical Voice

San Francisco Classical Voice The lyric mezzo-soprano is perhaps not the splashiest voice type, but occasionally a voice is so impressive that its possessor becomes a sensation. That certainly happened for Joyce {…}

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Joyce DiDonato conjures up world of nature in an innovative song recital

San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle Joyce DiDonato could offer her audiences a traditional recital program if she wanted to, and they would eat it up. The spectacularly gifted American mezzo-soprano has been a {…}

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Good Morning America: Bringing “The Hours” from the screen to the stage

ABC News

ABC News Joyce Didonato, Kelli O'Hara, and Renée Fleming Talk share the process of bringing The Hours from the screen to the stage and their hopes for the performance and its {…}

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Three superstar divas power opera ‘The Hours’ – coming to movie theaters everywhere.

NPR

NPR Photo: Evan Zimmerman/Met Opera The new opera The Hours is based on a film directed by Stephen Daldry and a novel by Michael Cunningham, which itself is based on a book (Mrs. Dalloway) {…}

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Podcast interview

Speaking Soundly

Speaking Soundly On November 29, join MET Opera Principal Trumpet David Krauss for a candid and compelling discussion with Joyce DiDonato.

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