Joyce DiDonato presents a series of three master classes that focus on opera arias in the Resnick Education Wing at Carnegie Hall.
Multi-Grammy Award winner for the 2016 Best Classical Solo Vocal Album (Joyce and Tony: Live at Wigmore Hall) and the 2012 Best Classical Vocal Solo, Kansas-born Joyce DiDonato has been proclaimed "perhaps the most potent female singer of her generation" by The New Yorker. She presents a series of three public master classes held in the Resnick Education Wing at Carnegie Hall, mentoring four young opera singers.
Workshops and master classes are offered through Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute, providing unique opportunities for young professional musicians to explore many aspects of musical life. Participants delve into repertoire and gain insight and tools to nurture their artistic vision by working alongside the highest-caliber artists. They also learn how to communicate and connect with audiences, building a sense of community to last throughout their careers.
Workshops and master classes are made possible, in part, by Mr. and Mrs. Nicola Bulgari and The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation.
Joyce DiDonato appears courtesy of Warner Classics
Picture: © Chris Lee
Luc Bondy (stage director), William Christie (music director) – With William Shimell (Hercules) and Joyce DiDonato (Dejanira)
Ensemble orchestral de Paris, featuring Ruth Ziesak, Joyce DiDonato, Paul Agnew and Dietrich Henschel