A Voice, a Vision, an Adventure!
Welcome to the ramblings of an international opera singer as she travels the world, searching for beauty and possibility in the world and on its stages.
Very good point!I can see the headlines: "Lady Gaga and Joyce Didonato join forces against "don't ask, don't tell" policy.Keep it up!MK
I just posted that (in photograph form) on my Facebook page. Thank you for being a supporter. We need all the help we can get.Annie
Bravo Joyce and thank you for pointing out what should be obvious.
Well done, Joyce!! And toi, toi, toi for tonight at TCE (so much wish I was there) and for the last recording session. Eager to discover this new album full of the most sublime music...
Thank you so much Joyce for posting this. One image can say more than a thousand words!!Ed
God bless you for your tolerance and using your platform in life for good.
I'll blog tomorrow, but just a quick post here to tell you that your concert at TCE tonight was WONDERFUL. I loved the program, it was extremely generous, the orchestra was great too... That third aria (La Clemenza by Gluck) is unsingable! What is that?! :) You look and sound fresh. I like the cover for your new CD: it's suggestive, clever and well done. Thanks again for a wonderful concert and good luck. BRAVAAAA! Cheers
Thank you so much for your support. I admire your work very much, and such open support from someone like you means a very great deal. Heartfelt thanks.Chris
Brava, Joyce. Tolerance makes me happy!
You and my senator (Al, who choked up in the Senate about this) keep reminding us of the truth.I'm envious of those who got to see your concert - I am wondering if the Gluck mentioned above is the same tune as "O Malheureuse Iphigenie" from Iphigenie en Tauride, that amazing opera. Hmmmmm.
Joyce,Thank you for expression of wisdom, sensitivity and committment. Looking forward to seeing you with JDF & Diana Damrau in La Compte D'Ory
We---ll ... these graves "don't ask, don't tell".
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