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  • Writer's pictureArashk Azizi

Arias in Bloom: Celebrating the Blossoming Talent of Dhayani in Her Debut Album

Updated: Dec 31, 2023

Dhayani's eponymous debut album, "Dhayani," is a sublime collection of ten classical vocal pieces that showcases the mastery of the classically trained soprano singer. Released on December 15, 2023, this album is a testament to Dhayani's artistic prowess and emotional depth.

From the outset, Dhayani's voice captivates with its soft yet firm quality, weaving a magical tapestry that resonates throughout the album. Accompanied by a tasteful piano, her voice harmonizes seamlessly, creating an enchanting musical experience.

The standout performance of Gianni Schicchi's "O mio babbino caro" is a testament to Dhayani's exceptional blend of emotion and technique. Her profound understanding of the craft allows each musical phrase to soar above the piano accompaniment, creating a harmonious balance that is both captivating and technically impressive.

Throughout the album, Dhayani effortlessly demonstrates her mastery of the art of singing. Her execution of phrases is flawless, rendering even the most intricate melodic progressions with a soft and beautiful touch. Whether navigating melodic jumps or employing a masterful legato technique, her performance is consistently soothing and flawless.

One notable aspect of Dhayani's technique is her ability to create a sense of glissando (while not actually performing glissando) in most melodic jumps, offering a smooth and fluid transition rather than a sharp and jarring one. This technique is particularly evident in tracks like "Pie Jesu" and "La boheme, Act II: 'Quando me'n vo'," where high notes and large jumps are softened by her beautiful and subtle legato.

The album's repertoire includes timeless masterpieces such as "Tosca, Act II: 'Vissi d'arte'" and "Summertime," with each aria receiving Dhayani's signature touch of perfection. Her dedication to her craft and the emotional resonance she brings to each piece make this album a must-listen for aficionados of great sopranos.

Dhayani's journey to this debut album is a poignant one, representing a personal quest for freedom and self-expression. As a child of migrant parents, she initially chose a more traditional path and studied law, driven by a desire to make her parents proud. Be that as it may, her creative journey, which began ten years ago, led her to discover her true voice and passion for singing.

Recorded over two days in Sydney, Australia, just before the pandemic in January 2020, this album symbolizes years of hard work, dedication, and personal growth. It's a heartfelt homage to Dhayani's teacher, mentor, and friend, Nitta Caruso, who passed away in 2022 after a battle with cancer. The album's dedication reflects Dhayani's gratitude and deep connection to those who have supported her creative endeavors.

"Dhayani" is not just an album; it's a musical self exploration that encapsulates the artist's evolution and dedication to her craft. From the first note to the last, Dhayani's debut is a triumph, and listeners are invited to savor the beauty and emotion that she has poured into every note.

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