Lise Davidsen: Beethoven, Wagner, Verdi review – exciting opera star burnishes her star quality

Davidsen’s supple soprano is bright and full, especially in Beethoven’s Leonore, and her attention to detail is thrilling

There’s no hint of difficult second album about Lise Davidsen’s new recording, made with the London Philharmonic and the conductor Mark Elder during last summer’s lull in lockdown. If her Wagner and Strauss disc two years ago confirmed her position as a rising star of extraordinary potential, this consolidates it.

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