German soprano Diana Damrau talks about taking on the challenges of the lead role in "La Traviata"—opposite Plácido Domingo—at the Metropolitan Opera. She just starred in the “Las Vegas” "Rigoletto" production by Michael Mayer.
Metropolitan Opera superstar soprano Diana Damrau sang the final “Queen of the Night” role in Mozart’s The Magic Flute of her career – a role that requires the kind of vocal gymnastics few singers can manage. Damrau is today’s reigning Queen.
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