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Topic - Joyce Didonato
The Metropolitan Opera may have pretty much turned opening night over to the glamorous Anna Netrebko, but New Year's Eve belongs to a very different diva _ Joyce DiDonato.
A whale, a swan, a pair of star-cross'd lovers: It made for an eclectic week at the San Francisco Opera.
The Dallas Opera has announced that it has commissioned an opera from composer Jake Heggie and playwright Terrence McNally, the team that collaborated on "Dead Man Walking."
Did someone say, "Lend me a tenor"?
There was a wonderful touch when, after she had spent her fury, she allowed herself a beatific smile, as if to convey: "There! I said it and I'm glad!"