Danielle de Niese headlines The Independent ! "I'm not the first to go back to work after having a baby"

De Niese and her husband, the Glyndebourne owner, Gus Christie, are expecting their first child at the end of this month. But that isn't stopping her tackling the lead roles in two Ravel operas at the world-famous festival.

At Home in Glyndebourne - London Times Magazine Article

When Danielle de Niese married Guy Christie, she moved into an Elizabethan Sussex manor house - with opera company as housemates.

The Proms 2015: BBC celebrate 120th anniversary of concert with everything from Sherlock to Sir David Attenborough

Ibiza DJ Pete Tong, David Attenborough, Sherlock and grime are all on the bill for the 120th anniversary of the Proms

Danielle de Niese’s portrait unveiled at National Portrait Society Mall Galleries, London!

Nothing helps boost the morale more than visiting an exhibition featuring portraits of, well, yourself.

Weekly Review - Melbourne Austrailia

The King and I, Bartlett Sher's Romeo and Juliet and Susan Stroman's Merry Widow on Deck at Lyric Opera of Chicago

The King and I, Bartlett Sher's Romeo and Juliet and Susan Stroman's Merry Widow on Deck at Lyric Opera of Chicago

'Bel Canto' World Premiere

Jimmy Lopez's 'Bel Canto' to have world premiere at Lyric Opera of Chicago on Dec. 7

Shooting the stars of the San Francisco Opera

Photographer John F. Martin nailed down the best photo assignment of his career thanks to his work as an opera "supernumerary"--photographing the luminaries of the San Francisco Opera. The result is his book, "In Character: Opera Portraiture."

Danielle de Niese performs with Les Arts Florissants and the Paris Philharmonic

January 16, old instruments sublimated by the acoustics of a brand new room. To celebrate the opening of the Philharmonie de Paris and status associated training, Les Arts Florissants deploy all their Baroque expertise. Under the direction of William Christie, the orchestra and chorus of Les Arts Florissants are joined by two soloists groups. Together they interpret the works belonging to the golden age of French Baroque.

Danielle's Christmas Eve Global Broadcast NYC Performance!

Danielle de Niese performs in the Global Broadcast of the Christmas Eve Midnight Mass from St Patricks Cathedral in NYC. Join Danielle de Niese as she performs O Holy Night with the St Patrick’s Cathedral Choir to celebrate of the birth of Christ at the Christmas Eve Midnight Mass led by Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan in New York City on December 24th, 2014. The ceremony will be broadcast LIVE Nationally and Worldwide from at St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Check your local listings for more information.

Classical Review - Met’s delightful “Figaro”

Second cast by no means second best in Met’s delightful “Figaro”. In recent seasons, the Metropolitan Opera hasn’t always managed to put together inspired second casts for its major new productions. There’s often a feeling that the staging is simply propped up for a second run, with holes plugged by whoever is available.

Metropolitan Opera Review 2014-15- Le Nozze di Figaro - Danielle De Niese

Metropolitan Opera Review 2014-15- Le Nozze di Figaro - Erwin Schrott, Mariusz Kwiecien, Danielle De Niese, Rachel Willis-Sorensen Lead Rich & Emotionally Engaging 'Marriage' : Entertainment : Latin Post

 

A vivid encounter with soprano Danielle de Niese at Shriver Hall

The combination of glamor and charm that is so much a part of soprano Danielle de Niese makes for quite a beguiling force. It was on full display Sunday evening in a recital presented by the Shriver Hall Concert Series.

The Season at SFO

San Francisco Opera performs Bellini’s “Norma,” Verdi’s “Un Ballo in Maschera,” Puccini’s “Tosca,” Handel’s “Partenope” and Rossini’s “La Cenerentola.”

De Niese Is Making a Difference Part 2

EM: Danielle, how do you balance all of your work with IRC and opera? DdN: In my life, I've always tried to get that balance right. Sometimes it's hard. When I got back from Tanzania

Hidden Code of Two Great Composers

And then there is Partenope, in this instance soprano Danielle de Niese as the hostess with the mostess...De Niese, a Coco Chanel of a Partenope, reigns over this show in high style and high spirits.

De Niese Is Making a Difference

Of Danielle de Niese, The New York Times said hers was "a voice seductive enough to woo gods as well as mortals." However, de Niese is also known for her work with the International Rescue Committee.

Seduction at the San Francisco Opera?

Director Christopher Alden set the opera in the sensuous Paris of the '20s, a perfect backdrop for the sensual voice and seductive visual provided by Danielle de Niese who is outstanding in the title role.

“Partenope” serves up fine vocalism

Not only does Danielle De Niese in the title role sing magnificently and vamp around seductively, she's at the mercy of shticks that are at odds with characteristics of a queen or great soprano.

‘Partenope’ at S.F. Opera

Not only does Danielle De Niese in the title role sing magnificently and vamp around seductively, she's at the mercy of shticks that are at odds with characteristics of a queen or great soprano.