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Concert version

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Concert version

Recital

Danielle de Niese - sopran
Matthew Fletcher - piano

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Edvard Grieg: Haugtussa op. 67
Det syng (The Enticement)
Veslemøy (Young Maiden)
Blåbærli (Blueberry Hill)
Møte (The Tryst)
Elsk (Love)
Killingdans (Kidlings’ Dance)
Vond dag (Hurtful Day)
Ved Gjætlebekken (At the Gjætle Brook)

 
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Leonard Bernstein: Dream with Me
Leonard Bernstein: A Little Bit in Love
Leonard Bernstein: I Feel Pretty

Golden Age of Musicals:
George Gershwin: Let
s Call the Whole Thing Off
Richard Whiting: Youre Just Too Marvellous for Words
Cole Porter: I Get a Kick Out of you
Cole Porter: I Hate Men
George Gershwin: I Got Rhythm

Agustin Lara: Granada


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Danielle de Niese's early career was astonishing, impressive and risky at the same time. After all, rarely any singer has an opportunity to debut on the professional stage at the age of 15 (in Los Angeles Opera!), and four years later sing at the Metropolitan Opera in New York as Barbarina in Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro under the baton of James Levine, alongside Renée Fleming and Cecilia Bartoli? After such brilliant starts, the careers of many child prodigies ended suddenly and the promising young stars are now nowhere to be seen. Danielle de Niese, however, seized her opportunity and, with the strength of her talent and personality, she stayed on the very top, which she reached so early on in her life. Starting as a wunderkind, she became a mature and conscious artist who returned to MET many times – including in her outstanding role as Cleopatra, which brought her true fame and popularity, especially after she reprised it in 2005 at the Glyndebourne Festival. Recital of Danielle de Niese at the Opera Rara Festival is a testimony to her universal musical interests, as well as freedom and sense of style with which she is able to perform a very diverse repertoire.