What's it like to be opera's leading countertenor? ADAM WASSERMAN talks to David Daniels, who creates the role of Prospero this month in the Met's world premiere of The Enchanted Island.
At the Met, in Mark Morris's production of Orfeo ed Euridice
© Beth Bergman 2011
Few singers active over the past twenty years have changed the American opera landscape as radically as David Daniels. When the countertenor first emerged on the scene in the early 1990s, falsettists ...
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