Concert Guild: Danielle Talamantes, soprano

"Soprano Danielle Talamantes was the highlight of the Brahms, a warm, consoling presence in the fifth movement..."  

-THE WASHINGTON POST, Charles T. Downey

Sunday, March 3, 2019 at 3:00 p.m.
Wilson Hall/Concert Hall

Since her 2007 Carnegie Hall debut, soprano Danielle Talamantes has sung with the National Symphony Orchestra, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Seoul Philharmonic, Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris and the Trujillo Symphony Orchestra of Peru. Additionally, she has performed the roles of Anna in Nabucco and Frasquita in Carmen with the Metropolitan Opera as well as Mimi in La Bohème with the St. Petersburg Opera. In April 2017, she was acclaimed for her portrayal of Susannah Polk in Opera Roanoke’s production of Carlisle Floyd’s Susannah. Reviews of her singing have described her voice as “velvety and dark-hued” (Colin Clarke, Fanfare, Jan/Feb 2018), possessing power and dazzling agility. She will present a recital of art songs and arias.

Tickets are required.

Adult $20
Senior $15
Faculty/Staff $10
W&L Student/Student $5

Tickets are forfeited if not seated 5 MINUTES prior to curtain time.

Ticket Information

Showtimes: Sunday, March 3, 2019 at 3:00 p.m.

Where: Wilson Concert Hall

Adult $20 Senior $15 W&L Faculty & Staff $10 W& L Student/Student $5