Danielle de Niese is hailed as one of the best Cleopatra's of all time. Danielle De Niese's Cleopatra at Glyndebourne in 2006 came across as "a sweet helpless girl desperately in need of a male protector."
The renowned and glamorous soprano Danielle de Niese held a lively charity concert last June 24 at St John's Smith Square to help support the Sohana Research Fund (SRF).
In the years following her portrayal of Cleopatra in the 2005 Glyndebourne production of Handel’s Giulio Cesare, Danielle de Niese received upbeat reviews on the opera stage and concert hall.
Cosi Fan Tutte’s ambiguities and ironies, in an opera that doesn’t really dig any deeper than being a misogynistic farce, urgently calls for a 21st century updating. We’ve had a production set on an ocean liner.
Sarah Billinghurst on Her Tenure at the Met. At the end of a long week of work one recent Friday, Sarah Billinghurst worked some more. Ms. Billinghurst retires this summer after 20 years working for artistic affairs.
Gus Christie and Danielle de Niese are about to take up the helm of the annual Glyndebourne Opera Festival. Artistic preparations for the 80th Glyndebourne Festival are already in full swing.
The modern diva and popular opera soprano, Danielle de Niese, attended Donna Karan's 30th anniversary show on Monday at NYC’s Mercedes Benz Fashion Week during her New York stay for her Met rehearsals.
Opera singer Danielle de Niese says she was nervous but very excited about starring in a New York City opera called "Cosi Fan Tuttle," that was broadcasted live this past April throughout the world.
Perched on a bench in the staff restaurant on the stunning grounds of Glyndebourne country house, lyric soprano Danielle de Niese still manages to look every inch the glamorous opera diva.
Schoolchildren got the chance to perform their very own work at the Royal Opera House this week. Over the past few months, 120 pupils have taken part in OperaQuest, a project aimed at primary-aged students.
The soprano Danielle de Niese stood behind the curtain at the Metropolitan Opera in New York, dressed as Prospero's tricky spirit, Ariel. She tapped a message into her iPhone. "I'm here right now xoxo."
So many singers and instrumentalists are described as 'one of the most exciting musicians of their generation'. In the case of soprano Danielle de Niese, the excitement really is justified.
Sie gilt als neue Anna Netrebko, als Operndiva mit enormem Potenzial, Die New York Times bezeichnete die Sopranistin, 28, als Schmaus fur Ohren und Augen", andere schrieben von einer "Publikumsverfuhrerin".
"Opera's coolest soprano" lauds the New York Times Magazine of Danielle de Niese, whose best peformances have often come at the Metropolitan Opera. This spring, she returns to NYC for two new productions.
Imagine the arias that made Baroque music memorable: the best of Händel, Vivaldi, Rameau; build around it a contemporary libretto with a Shakespearean plot and you’ll get a ‘pastiche’.
Danielle de Niese was dressed as an antiquated scuba diver when she greeted a group of 10 young guests during intermission at Saturday’s performance of “The Enchanted Island” at the Metropolitan Opera.
Famed Opera soprano Danielle de Niese as part of the Bold and the Brilliant's Marie Claire Awards. Here she is showing off that spunk and wonder that makes her an operatic sensation.
Danielle de Niese was a performing prodigy almost from the moment she was born. Most happy endings in professional opera are built on a miserable amount of work, and de Niese is a case in point.
With her dazzling vocals and unconventional edge, the young soprano Danielle de Niese is rocking the opera world. In this in-depth interview, she talks about her twin passions: music and Van Cleef & Arpels jewellery.
An interview with Danielle de Niese - the temptress soprano known for her seductive manner on stage as well as her strength of personality off of it. "It's a statement of how much you love what you do".
Danielle de Niese is the diva modern opera thinks it needs: Young, beautiful, filmogenic, wildly talented. Why is she in the crosshairs? The Diva Tweets: Zachary Woolfe meets his generation's great opera star.