The Art of Recital and Singing in Carnegie Hall
"I think i have to grow more through a recital program than an opera, because you're flying without a net," says mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato. Watch her discuss the art of the recital and singing in Carnegie Hall.
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|Tuesday, November 4 at 8 PM
Joyce DiDonato’s performance "will be pointed to as a model of singing,” said The New York Times. In this recital, she leads a musical tour of Venice with songs and arias that span the Baroque to the 20th century. DiDonato communicates the sheer joy of singing with every phrase, a quality that’s made her one of the most beloved singers of her generation.