Yes, fine, it’s sold out anyway, but theoretically, one could still hijack a plane (or, more on par with Ms. Haller’s current conquests, borrow a bike) and find a a ticket holder to seduce to get into tonight’s Haller Song Recital in Stuttgart.
This evening (June 4th, 6 p.m., UTC+2), DiDonato#s “In War & Peace” program will be video-streamed live from Liceu Barcelona, thanks to ARTEConcert.
– So far, it is only announced on the French edition of the site, but as long as one languge works, no matter which one, we’ll be fine (#PentecoastalSpirit). If you haven’t seen this program yet: make some time for it. I would say it strongly profits from a live setting in-house experience, but it should still transport much of DiDonato’s intentions via a screen.
On FB livestream right now: JDD being interviewed by BR Klassik for “Meine Klassik”. (and it will apparently be available after the fact in their video section. Questions are German/Denglish; replies are in English).
The weekly magazine of German daily news outlet Die Süddeutsche runs an interview series called “interview without words” in which the interview partners have to answer questions by gestures and facial expressions. In edition 45/2016, Joyce DiDonato comments, as depicted above, on the question of “What would the world be without Handel?” and nine more.
Fotos by Alfred Steffen. (translations after the cut).