Magdalena Kožená swings into Dublin with a French collection
The Czech mezzo-soprano has swerved startlingly off the operatic path and is dabbling in jazzy classics
If you go looking for Magdalena Kožená’s latest CD, you’re sure of a big surprise. The internationally admired Czech mezzo- soprano has swerved startlingly off the operatic path and is dabbling in the jazzy classics of Cole Porter instead.
How come? It’s not that the singer has abandoned her true love and gone crossover; it’s just that she fancied a change of scenery, and if her CD clicks with...
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