Joyce talks about bold new project she'll bring to Harriman‑Jewell Series ...

The KC Independent

Can music change the human heart? Mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato believes it can, and the Prairie Village native has devoted a substantial part of her international career to projects that further this tenet. In addition to being one of the great singers of our time, Joyce has produced a series of award-winning recordings and concerts dealing with love, sorrow, jealousy, redemption, death and (not least of all) joy.

The multiple Grammy Award-winning diva, whom The New Yorker called “perhaps the most potent female singer of her generation,” has triumphed on opera stages and in concert halls the world over, and in a series of wide-ranging and award-winning recordings. Most recently her Joyce and Tony: Live at Wigmore Hall, featuring leader/conductor Antonio Pappano, won the 2016 Grammy for Best Classical Solo Vocal Album.

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