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Lise Davidsen

Lise Davidsen

Soprano

Norwegian lyric-dramatic soprano Lise Davidsen was born in 1987 and studied at the Grieg Academy of Music and the Royal Danish Music Conservatory, initially training as a mezzo; in 2015 she came to international attention after winning first prize in both Plácido Domingo’s Operalia Competition and the Queen Sonja Competition. Following her debut at Wigmore Hall two years later, the Financial Times described Davidsen as ‘fully armed and ready to take on the world’, whilst Opera Today praised her ‘hugely powerful, gloriously silken and richly glossy…incredibly dramatic voice’.

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Further Reading: Lise Davidsen

 Recording of the Week, Lise Davidsen sings Wagner and Strauss

The robust young Norwegian soprano thrills in scenes from Tannhäuser and Ariadne auf Naxos, and Strauss's Four Last Songs.

 Interview, Lise Davidsen on Wagner & Strauss

The Norwegian lyric-dramatic soprano discusses her career so far and her debut album on Decca, out this Friday.

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