Joyce & Tony: Live at Wigmore Hall (2-CD) – Joyce DiDonato

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Joyce & Tony: Live at Wigmore Hall (2-CD) – Joyce DiDonato

Composers: Various
Artists: Joyce DiDonato, Antonio Pappano
Number of Discs: 2
Label: Warner Classics/Parlophone
CD Release Date: September 11, 2015

Joyce DiDonato and Antonio Pappano – at the piano rather than on the conductor’s podium – opened the 2014-15 season at London’s Wigmore Hall with a dazzling program of song, emphasizing Italy and the USA. Recorded live on this 2-CD set, the two artists were described by The Times as “mezzo diva supreme” and “golden maestro and piano accompanist to the stars.”

The first item on the program was Haydn’s dramatic cantata “Arianna a Naxos” (which, back in 2003, also launched DiDonato’s debut recital at Wigmore Hall). As the Guardian wrote, DiDonato excelled in presenting “the abandoned heroine’s progression from grief to fury with all her vocal skills to the fore and Antonio Pappano – rarely heard these days as an accompanist, but an absolute master of the art – seconding her every gesture.” The Times described the interpretation as “incandescent … Daring vocal pirouettes, vivid acting, with dynamic swings, amazing breath control.” Then came two songs by a composer who has played a defining role in Joyce DiDonato’s operatic career – Rossini – and four luscious late-Romantic numbers written in 1908 by the little-known Neapolitan composer Francesco Santoliquido.



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