A prolific and versatile artist, audiences can find Danielle in performances on the operatic stage, concert hall, and recital salon. With repertoire ranging from fiery fioritura to lush warmth and soaring crystalline heights, audiences are enchanted with her charismatic interpretations.

"It's not often that an opera-goer is fortunate enough to witness the birth of a star!"

~ San Francisco review of Danielle Talamantes' debut as Violetta in "La traviata"

Upcoming Performances

Jan 13, 2024

Beethoven & Blue Jeans – Pensacola Symphony

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Known for musical variety, this concert continues the tradition with Beethoven’s Fourth Symphony and Julien Labro playing Piazzolla’s Concerto for Bandoneon. Also featured will be the mesmerizing Villa Lobos Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5 and the stunning aria, El majo y el ruiseñor from the Granados opera, Goyescas.

Guests Artists:
Danielle Talamantes, soprano
Julien Labro, bandoneon

With the Pensacola Symphony Orchestra, Peter Rubardt, conductor

Saturday, January 13 7:30PM in the Saenger Theatre

Mar 3, 2024

Rossini’s Petite Messe Solennelle – Washington Master Chorale

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A Bel Canto Salon – Washington Master Chorale

​The season finale takes place on Saturday, March 3, 2024 with A Bel Canto Salon at National Presbyterian Church (4101 Nebraska Ave, NW) at 5pm. In this performance two Steinways will grace the stage to celebrate this beloved operatic style. Highlights Include Rossini’s Petite messe solennelle, in its original salon form. In addition, WMC will present excerpts from Brahms’ Liebeslieder Waltzer, Op. 52, and Lori Latiman’s witty and eloquent vocal cycle, Are Women People, on texts from the American suffragist movement.

Danielle Talamantes, soprano
Kerry Wilkerson, bass-baritone

Apr 6, 2024

Mahler Symphony No. 4 – National Philharmonic

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Mozart & Mahler unites two classical music powerhouses and two of National Philharmonic’s favorite guest artists under the baton of Maestro Piotr Gajewski. Pianist Claire Huangci joins NatPhil for Mozart’s striking Piano Concerto No. 24 in C Minor, one of his most complex and virtuosic works. With a darker tone than many of his other piano works, Concerto No. 24 sweeps between moments of turmoil and serenity, showcasing Huangci’s technical prowess and the expressivity of the full orchestra.

The powerful musical arc of Mahler’s Symphony No. 4 unfolds like a grand folk tale. A singular musical experience, Mahler has described it as reminding him of his mother’s smile and sounding like “a dewdrop on a flower that suddenly, illuminated by the sun, bursts into a thousand lights and colors,” and later that it “explodes into a wall of sound representing the gates of heaven.” Distinguished soloist Danielle Talamantes, soprano, joins NatPhil for the final movement, “The Heavenly Life,” in which heaven is described as a beautiful meadow full of playing children and blooming flowers, where loved ones are reunited.

Featured Artists:
Danielle Talamantes, soprano
Claire Huangci, piano

With the NatPhil conducted by Maestro Piotr Gajewski

Saturday, April 6, 2024 7:30PM at the Music Center at Strathmore

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Concert to Benefit Lewes in Bloom!

A benefit concert to celebrate and thank Lewes in Bloom for all they do – year round – to make Lewes beautiful! Performing gems from the Great American Songbook by Gershwin, Porter, Ellington, Fain, Bernstein,…

March 15, 2022

World premier of Henry Dehlinger’s “Kohelet” with the Washington Master Chorale!

Don’t miss the long-anticipated Washington Master Chorale program of works from the Hebraic tradition, including profound and radiant works from Jewish High Holiday liturgies, an exciting choral work by Chicago-based Israeli-American composer Osnat Netzer, T’filat…

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