Danielle de Niese in Aspects of Love

Danielle de Niese will play the role of Giulietta in Aspect of Love.

Hailed by the New York Times Magazine as ‘Opera’s Coolest Soprano’, Danielle de Niese has been thrilling audiences worldwide from the Metropolitan Opera to Covent Garden and La Scala.

Danielle de Niese is an Australian-American soprano. Born in Australia, she moved to America with her family at the age of 11 where she made her professional operatic debut at he age of 15 with the Los Angeles Opera, won an Emmy Award as a TV host at 16 and made her Broadway debut at 18 in Les Miserables

She made her West End debut as Aldonza alongside Kelsey Grammer in Man of La Mancha at the London Coliseum in 2019.

Danielle has recorded 4 solo albums exclusively for Decca/Universal, performed at Carnegie Hall with rapper LL Cool J, and with pop star Mika for ITV plus headlined the BBC global broadcast of “Last Night of the Proms” singing a Julie Andrews medley for the Sound of Music 50th Anniversary, at Hyde park and Royal Albert Hall. She reopened the Sydney Opera House on New Year’s Eve breaking box office records in the musical theatre production of Lehar’s The Merry Widow as Hanna Glawari, and most recently starred in the highly acclaimed film version of Poulenc/Cocteau’s one-woman show La Voix Humaine (Trademark Films) for BBC Two.

Book tickets to Aspects of Love at the Lyric Theatre

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(Julia Llewellyn Smith, The Times, 09/05/2023) - The interview

📷 Main photo: Danielle De Niese - photo Sven Arnstein

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