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I've learned that you don't need a lot in life. If it can't fit into a suitcase, you don't really need it. — Joyce DiDonato

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I want people to know me for my singing. I've never been searching for a label of being a fashion plate or a top model. That's a thing that's very short-lived, and it's dealing with a superficial level of this which doesn't really appeal to me. — Joyce DiDonato

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I'm a mezzo-soprano, so the whole diva thing ... I'm not the kind of performer who puts on a persona off-stage as well, and the days of arriving with steamer trunks and hat boxes are over. — Joyce DiDonato

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I know that every time I step on the stage it's a real gift, so I try not to take it for granted, and I try to make it an experience that the public can really participate in. — Joyce DiDonato

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One of the things I love about opera is that it's the combination of all the art forms, and certainly the world of fashion is a big deal in it. — Joyce DiDonato

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I think yoga builds strength, flexibility, and calming of the mind - which is never a bad thing. — Joyce DiDonato

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I think I've learned more about Baroque music than any other genre. — Joyce DiDonato

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It's tricky when you're doing a recording, because the only weapon you have is your voice and the delivery of that voice. You don't have a gesture or a facial expression, there are no costumes or set pieces. Everything needs to be present in the voice. — Joyce DiDonato

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You ... are now servants to the ear that needs quiet solace, and the eye that needs the consolation of beauty, servants to the mind that needs desperate repose or pointed inquiry, to the heart that needs invitation to flight or silent understanding, and to the soul that needs safe landing, or fearless, relentless enlightenment. — Joyce DiDonato