Met Stars live in concert with Lise Davidsen

Author: Clasart Classic

Rising star Lise Davidsen performs an extraordinary recital at Oslo’s Oscarshall for the Metropolitan Opera’s MET STARS LIVE IN CONCERT series.

  • Lise Davidsen | Copyright: © Clasart Classic

    Lise Davidsen © Clasart Classic

After causing a sensation with her triumphant Met debut as Lisa in THE QUEEN OF SPADES last season, soprano Lise Davidsen offers a program of the soaring arias and songs that have rocketed her to stardom around the world: selections from Wagner’s TANNHÄUSER, Strauss’s ARIADNE AUF NAXOS, and Puccini’s MANON LESCAUT, as well as Scandinavian songs by Sibelius and Grieg.

Davidsen first came to fame in 2015 when she won several competitions, including the Queen Sonja Competition in her native Norway. For this momentous occasion, accompanied by James Baillieu on the piano, Davidsen returns to Oslo’s picturesque Oscarshall, where she performed following her victory.

“Young Norwegian soprano stuns the opera lovers with jaw-dropping performance… One voice in a million!” – Operawire

Duration 79min.
Production year 2020
Production Company The Metropolitan Opera
Distribution TV Clasart Classic
Soloist Lise Davidsen
Soloist James Baillieu



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