A travers ce témoignage à la fois amusant et touchant, Danielle Steel nous parle de sa rencontre avec un chien de la taille d'une souris, mais si plein d'entrain qu'il amuse et séduit quiconque croise son chemin…
Ten years after her Metropolitan Opera debut in Mozart's Le Nozze di Figaro, Danielle De Niese sings her favourite Mozart arias as she prepares to return to The Met production. She has personally selected her favourite pieces by this most popular of composers, including well-known favourites from Mozart's greatest operas, Don Giovanni, Cosi fan Tutte and Le Nozze di Figaro, as well as more rarerly heard concert arias.
Danielle de Niese’s “sweet, gleaming soprano,” “phenomenal musicality” and “sharply comic, yet utterly moving acting,” combined with youth and physical presence, have brought her to the edge of a spectacular career. At only 30 years of age, the Australian-born American singer regularly graces many of the world’s most prestigious opera and concert stages, and has an exclusive contract with Decca Records. Her debut solo album, Handel Arias was released to international acclaim in 2007.
Danielle Dax is a British experimental musician and former member of The Lemon Kittens. Blast the Human Flower is her first album recorded while signed to Sire Records.
Danielle Dax is a British experimental musician and former member of The Lemon Kittens. Inky Bloaters is the third solo album by Dax, originally recorded between 1985 & 1987, and released in 1987 on the Awesome Records label. The album was re-released in 1993 on the Biter Of Thorpe label (BOT131-04CD) and distributed through World Serpent Distribution.