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CARNEGIE HALL PRESENTS

Cancelled: Joyce DiDonato and Friends

A French Soirée
Monday, April 13, 2020 7:30 PM Zankel Hall
Joyce DiDonato by Chris Singer
The “beauty and range of her singing are surely now at their impressive peak” said the Financial Times of mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato. She is joined by some of her dearest musical friends for an intoxicating evening of French music, including sensuous and riveting songs by Ravel, Debussy, and others.

Part of: Great Singers II: Jula Goldwurm Pure Voice Series and Joyce DiDonato Perspectives

Joyce DiDonato is also performing November 15, November 22, December 15, April 5, April 6, April 7, April 8, and May 26.

Brentano String Quartet is also performing November 6.

Performers

Joyce DiDonato, Mezzo-Soprano
Tara Helen O'Connor, Flute
Anthony McGill, Clarinet
Emmanuel Ceysson, Harp
Bryan Wagorn, Piano
Brentano String Quartet
·· Mark Steinberg, Violin
·· Serena Canin, Violin
·· Misha Amory, Viola
·· Nina Lee, Cello

with
Leo Sussman, Flute
Noémi Sallai, Clarinet

Program

FAURÉ "Mandoline" from Cinq mélodies "de Venise," Op. 58, No. 1

POULENC "A sa Guitar"

RAVEL "La flûte enchantée"

SATIE Gymnopédie No. 1

RAVEL Chansons madécasses

RAVEL Trois poèmes de Stéphane Mallarmé

RAVEL Introduction and Allegro for Harp, Flute, Clarinet, and String Quartet

DEBUSSY Chansons de Bilitis (arr. Jake Heggie; World Premiere, commissioned by Carnegie Hall)

BERLIOZ Strophes: "Premiers transports" from Roméo et Juliette

HAHN "La barcheta"

HAHN "À Chloris"

Joyce DiDonato: 2019–2020 Perspectives Artist
Louis XIII de Remy Martin Cognac Grande Champagne logo

Sponsored by LOUIS XIII Cognac

This concert and the Pure Voice series are sponsored by the Jean & Jula Goldwurm Memorial Foundation in memory of Jula Goldwurm.

Support for the 125 Commissions Project is provided by members of Carnegie Hall's Composer Club.

In honor of the centenary of his birth, Carnegie Hall’s 2019–2020 season is dedicated to the memory of Isaac Stern in recognition of his extraordinary contributions to Carnegie Hall, arts advocacy, and the field of music.

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