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JAN 21, 2023
Zellerbach Hall, Berkeley, CA
Concert Tickets tour 2022-2023
- In War & Peace: Harmony Through Music (2016)
- Drama Queens (2014)
- Diva, Divo (2012)
- Sing for the moment… (2010)
- Stella di Napoli (2009)
- Rossini Heroines (2007)
- ReJoyce! The Christmas Album (2006)
How to Buy Tour Ticket?
If you’re a fan of Joyce DiDonato and want to catch her on tour, you’ll need to purchase tickets in advance. Tour dates and ticket information can be found on her website.
Joyce DiDonato typically performs in concert halls and opera houses around the world. However, she occasionally gives recitals in smaller venues as well.
Tickets for Joyce DiDonato’s concerts and recitals can be purchased online, by phone, or in person at the venue box office. Prices vary depending on the performance and seat location, but tickets typically start at around $50. VIP tickets are also available for some events, which include perks like meet-and-greet opportunities and preferred seating.
When buying tickets, be sure to check the age restrictions for the event. Some of Joyce DiDonato’s concerts are open to all ages, while others are restricted to adults 18 and over.
To purchase tickets for a Joyce DiDonato concert or recital, visit her website or contact the venue box office.
When buying tickets, be sure to compare prices and seat locations to find the best deal. You can also check for discounts or promo codes that can save you money on your purchase.
Joyce DiDonato’s concerts are typically two hours long, with a 20-minute intermission. Recitals are typically one hour long with no intermission.
Arrive early to your Joyce DiDonato concert or recital to find your seat and enjoy the pre-show atmosphere. Most venues will open their doors 30 minutes to an hour before the event start time.
Doors typically open 30 minutes to an hour before the event start time.
Plan to arrive early to find your seat and enjoy the pre-show atmosphere.
“DiDonato’s voice is an instrument of infinite nuance and emotional expressiveness.” -The New York Times
“One of the world’s finest singers.” -The Telegraph
“A diva for our time.” -BBC Music Magazine
Biography & Tour
Joyce DiDonato is an American mezzo-soprano who has performed in leading opera houses and concert halls around the world. She has been awarded numerous prizes, including the Grammy Award for Best Classical Vocal Performance, and is a frequent guest artist on television and radio programs.
Joyce DiDonato was born in Kansas City, Kansas, and grew up in nearby Shawnee Mission. She began her musical studies as a pianist, but later switched to singing. She received her bachelor’s degree in music from Wichita State University, and her master’s degree in music from the Manhattan School of Music.
DiDonato made her professional debut in 1995, singing the role of Dorabella in Mozart’s Così fan tutte with Opera Omaha. She has since sung a wide variety of roles with many of the world’s leading opera companies, including the Metropolitan Opera, Lyric Opera of Chicago, San Francisco Opera, Los Angeles Opera, Deutsche Staatsoper Berlin, Opéra National de Paris, and Royal Opera House Covent Garden.
In concert, DiDonato has appeared with the New York Philharmonic, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Cleveland Orchestra, Philadelphia Orchestra, and Los Angeles Philharmonic. She has also given recitals in major music capitals such as New York, London, Paris, Berlin, and Vienna.
DiDonato’s recordings have earned critical acclaim. Her album Drama Queens was named one of the best classical albums of 2014 by The New York Times, The Guardian, and NPR Music. Her album In War & Peace: Harmony Through Music won the 2017 Grammy Award for Best Classical Vocal Solo.
Joyce DiDonato is a committed advocate for social justice and human rights.