Royal Opera House - Diana Damrau performs the Queen of the.
Diana Damrau: This is perhaps the greatest interpretation of this iconic role, and really, the only performance that truly matters. Diana Damrau's flawless singing and amazing acting paint the queen in her truest form: evil. Natalie Dessay: Though Dessay's acting leaves much to be desired, her impeccable voice, both nimble and effortless, shines brilliantly in this aria.
Here Diana Damrau performs the wonderful Queen of the Night aria from The Magic Flute, his 1791 opera which is a tale of darkness, light and finding your way in the world Related Videos 0:45.
Diana Damrau is best known for being a Opera Singer. Known for her many performances with the Bavarian State Opera and for both her coloratura and lyric soprano roles, Damrau played major parts in operas such as The Magic Flute, The Marriage of Figaro, and Rigoletto. She also performed at the Metropolitan Opera, La Scala, The Royal Opera, and several other world famous opera houses. In 2004.
Diana Damrau shows she is consummately proficient in the musical genre on this programme with hits by Richard Rodgers, Stephen Sondheim, Harold Arlen and Kurt Weill, composer of the Threepenny Opera, who emigrated to the US in the 1930s after the National Socialists took power, and began a major Broadway career.
Diana Damrau, Actress: Mozart 22. Diana Damrau is an actress, known for Mozart 22 (2006), Rigoletto (2008) and The Magic Flute (2003).
Wolf: Italienisches Liederbuch. Diana Damrau and Jonas Kaufmann, reigning stars of opera, are also consummate interpreters of song. In early 2018, with master pianist Helmut Deutsch, they performed Hugo Wolf’s multi-faceted Italienisches Liederbuch in 12 cities around Europe.“One couldn’t ask for more,” wrote the Telegraph after their London concert, which took place two days before.