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Carnegie Hall: Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage
|Joyce DiDonato's Drama Queens at Carnegie Hall: The joy of being a human||Raisa Massuda, mandolinvision.blogspot.com|
|When on Sunday afternoon Joyce DiDonato came onstage at Carnegie Hall, the savvy New York audience gave her a truly royal reception by welcoming her with a long ovation. Such a reaction from the audience was hardly surprising. Hailed as “The Queen of Opera”, today’s most renowned mezzo-soprano and recipient of every musical award available to a vocalist, DiDonato represents everything that modern audiences expect to see in an opera singer: superb vocalism, appealing looks, impeccable taste, and above all, a genuine personality.
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