Lugassy’s pop time

“At the beginning I wondered whether I was doing the music too operatically. Then I thought: Wait, this is Daniella. This is who I am.”

July 10, 2016 13:15
Opera soprano Daniella Lugassy

Opera soprano Daniella Lugassy. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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