Sir Simon Rattle and the London Symphony Orchestra pay homage to former LSO President Leonard Bernstein with a new recording of Wonderful Town that captures the energy and excitement of sold-out performances from December 2017.
“Suffused with more personality and verve than five other Baroque recitals combined”, rising opera sensation Danielle de Niese is back with Beauty of the Baroque, a revelation in the way the star soprano “newly illumines familiar as well as less-known Baroque classics”— a treasure chest of baroque gems showing the “popular soprano at her best”.
After an “astronomic rise to prominence in the last twentieth century”, Danielle de Niese makes her stunning solo recording debut on Decca Records performing an impressive line-up of Handel Arias with William Christie. The New York Times gave it critical acclaim, saying de Niese has “a voice seductive enough to woo gods as well as mortals.”
Danielle de Niese is the star of the hour, as she delivers a perfectly tailored program of Arias by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. De Niese “has a voice made for Mozart: bright, beautiful, agile and creamy” and “combines the best characteristics of Kiri Te Kanawa and Kathleen Battle” on this album captivating you with her “dramatic, agile voice and heaps of charm and charisma”.
Danielle de Niese dazzles with a collection of her greatest hits along with new arrangements of old favourites and a lyrical adaptation of the second movement of Karl Jenkins’ famous Palladio in her fourth album- Diva. Classic FM called it “a delightful listen” writing that “in the case of soprano Danielle de Niese, the excitement really is justified”.
Various Artists, Danielle de Niese (soprano), Cecilia Bartoli (mezzo-soprano), Sumi Jo (soprano), Renée Fleming (soprano), Angela Gheorghiu (soprano), Anna Netrebko (soprano), Saimir Pirgu (tenor), Birgit Nilsson (soprano), Regina Resnik (mezzo-soprano), Patricia Petibon (soprano), Karine Deshayes (mezzo-soprano), Choeur de l'Opera National de Lyon (chorus) and many more...
Great Voices Sing John Denver is sang by various artists, including soprano Danielle de Niese, Thomas Hampson, Denyce Graves, and Nathan Gunn.
Brian Byrne leads the RTE Concert Orchestra in this breath taking recording and also features the talents of acclaimed violinist Nicole Bendetti and opera star Danielle de Niese.
The Queen of Carthage, Original Motion Picture Soundtrack features an array of different compositions and up-beat tempos. This composition includes a relaxing overall theme which makes it great easy listening music for any occasion. This ablum includes composers: Brian Byrne, RTE Concert Orchestra & Danielle de Niese
The Hannibal Movie soundtrack has many songs, in chapter 3 of the "Vita Nuova". Danielle de Niese sings with Bruno Lazzaretti, playing Beatrice and Dante, respectively. The song played while Dr. Hannibal Lecter and Inspector Pazzi see an outdoor opera in Florence.
Prima Donna- The First Ladies Of Opera 2CD. Bartoli/ Caballé/ de Niese/ Te Kanawa/ Von Otter/ Fleming etc. This 2CD set includes some of the top names in Opera like Danielle de Niese. With such a wide variety of songs that are featured on in this 2CD set it is diffiuclt to really select a favorite!
Semele HWV 58/Act 1 - Endless Pleasure... Danielle de Niese, From the Album Divos & Divas (2 CDs)
To celebrate the Handel Anniversary, a special collection of his most beautiful arias & choruses. Includes all the best-loved classics. An unrivalled collection from the Decca and Deutsche Grammophon catalogues.
Haëndel - Prima donna : Arie di bravura. De Niese / Laurens / Haller / Expert / Bertin..
Schöne Stimmen- Danielle de Niese / Anna Netrebko / Jonas Kaufmann / Magdalena Kozena / Rolando Villazon / Elina Granca / Ildebrando D'Arcangelo / Placido Domingo / Renee Fleming / Luciano Pavarotti U.V.A.
Hear Danielle de Niese at the tender age of 22 as she performs the title role of Ravel's L'Enfant in: An Evening of French Music Theatre (Parade / Les mamelles de Tirésias / L'enfant et les sortilèges) (James Levine Celebrating 40 Year of the Met)
In these performances with James Levine, de Niese became one of the youngest singers in history to sing a title role at the New Metropolitan Opera House.
Georg Friedrich Handel's classic tragedy of Semele is performed with great passion and zeal. Danielle de Niese leads the cast in this classic re-telling of the Greek heroine Semele, the young maiden hopelessly in love with Jupiter but ultimately undone by Juno's jealous ministrations.
Robin de Raaff is a spectacular Dutch composer who brings you RAAFF, which showcases his brand of conducting and brilliant mind. Featuring a lovely cast including Danielle de Niese, Marcel Reijan, Mark Trevis, and Annett Andriessen, RAAFF is a sure to be an instant fan favorite.
Danielle de Niese / Cecilia Bartoli / Anna Netrebko / Renee Flaming / OG Mange / Mange Flere