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Donna Brown's voice has been described as "shimmering," "luminous," "gem-like in its brilliance," "crystal clear." She has graced the stages of Paris, London, Tokyo, Berlin, Vienna, Rome, Sao Paulo, Caracas, Tel Aviv, Toronto, Vancouver, Philadelphia, San Francisco, performing an extensive repertoire, ranging from opera, oratorio, recital and chamber music, to contemporary and even alternative music.
Ms. Brown has sung with the leading orchestras and opera houses of the world, under such conductors as Sir John Eliot Gardner, Helmuth Rilling, Wolfgang Sawallisch, Bernard Haitink, Kent Nagano, Daniel Barenboim, Kurt Mazur, Carlo Maria Giulini, Jeffrey Tate, William Christie. She has worked on the opera stage with directors John Copley, Robert Wilson, Peter Brook, Jonathan Miller, Pier Luigi Pizzi, Lotfi Mansouri, Steven Wadsworth ...
Ms. Brown has been hailed as a remarkable interpreter of Art Song and has sung in over 150 recitals with such pianists as Stephane Lemelin, Philippe Cassard, Roger Vignoles, Menahem Pressler, Michel Dalberto, Maria Joao Pires, Jane Coop, Michael McMahon, Bruce Ubukata, Stephen Ralls, Peter Tiefenback, Françoise Tillard, Alain Planes, and Jean Marc Luisada.
A visiting professor at the Yonsei University in Seoul, the Fondacion Scola Cantorum, in Caracas, the Bachakedemie in Santiago de Compostela, she currently teaches voice at the Conservatoire de Musique de Montreal, and continues to sing in recitals and concerts throughout the world.
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