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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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Opera Review

Acclaim for “The Hours”

The New York Times

"...the mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato, sounding as confident and fresh, as sonorous and subtle, as she ever has in this theater. [...] But it is hard to focus on anyone else when DiDonato {…}

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Adaptation of ‘The Hours’ becomes opera event of the year

PBS News Hour

One day in the lives of three women, from three different times and places, brought together onstage through the magic of opera. “The Hours” is a new work opening on {…}

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Prime Time: Renée Fleming, Kelli O’Hara, and Joyce DiDonato Bring The Hours to the Met

Vogue

Vogue Ms. Fleming said she would find the roles herself. In 2017, the operatic soprano nonpareil Renée Fleming announced her farewell to the traditional canon, including parts like Tatyana in Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin, Desdemona in {…}

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The Essential Joyce DiDonato

San Francisco Classical Voice

  San Francisco Classical Voice Kansas-born mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato had already participated in Houston Grand Opera’s young artist program and San Francisco’s own Merola Opera Program when the August 2001 broadcast of her performance {…}

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Recording Review

The Best Classical Music Albums of 2022 (So Far)

Gramophone

Gramophone ‘Eden’  Joyce DiDonato mez Il Pomo d’Oro / Maxim Emelyanychev  Erato  An album to focus us on our relationship to nature, delivered with passion by Joyce DiDonato and her colleagues – a powerful example of how music {…}

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