Friday November 22, 2019

Classical Notes: The fearless diva DiDonato returns with war and peace

DiDonato is a fearless and inspirational artist, no matter what she tackle

4th June, 2017

Joyce DiDonato: coming to the National Concert Hall this Thursday

The National Concert Hall’s record of attracting the very best artists and orchestras from across the globe cannot be better exemplified than the return next Thursday of the US coloratura mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato, the super-diva of her generation.

There may be some who do not see DiDonato in that light, nor believe that she is better than, say Cecilia Bartoli, Anna Netrebko or a host of other luminaries. But when it comes to...

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