About

I sing to send a spark of beauty to our world.
I see myself as an Ambassador of many centuries of the Russian culture of which classical music is a vital and integral part.

A guest soloist of the Bolshoi Theater

Дарья Давыдова, опера, певица, сопрано, Русская певица, Французская певица, опера в Москве, оперная дива
A guest soloist of the Bolshoi Theater since 2014 and a soloist at the Russian State Television and «roadcasting Company, Daria also was a soloist at the Moscow Music Stanislavsky Theatre. A graduate from the Moscow Linguistic University with English, French and Italian languages, Daria also finished the Moscow Conservatory (Makvala Kasrashvili's class) and the Chopin Music School (piano).
This young soprano made her debut at the Bolshoi Theater before the conservatory graduation! This is how the public at large and the music community discovered her:

Daria Davidova goes beyond stereotypes! Slim and light, she seems to be created for ballet, her powerful and clear operatic voice is a pure symbol of the refinement of the lyric soprano

Arguments and Facts
Дарья Давыдова, опера, певица, сопрано, Русская певица, Французская певица, опера в Москве, оперная дива
Daria Davidova featured prominently in top-rated musical and theatre productions like "The Death in Venice" conducted by Gennady Rozhdestvensky, "The Tempest" by Alexander Aliabiev, " The North Wind " by Renata Litvinova, "The Bear" by William Walton staged by Vasily Barkhatov, showing her vocal and acting talents. Daria is widely admired because of her voice's range and clarity.
The number of her major performances keep growing.
Дарья Давыдова, опера, певица, сопрано, Русская певица, Французская певица, опера в Москве, оперная дива
She has been invited to the Nagoya Concert hall to perform
S.Rachmaninoff's symphonic poem "The Bells" (Nagoya, conductor Rosen Gergov)
Solo in Weber's Requiem and solo in Beethoven's 9th Symphony with the Yury Bashmet Symphony Orchestra(Moscow International House of Music)
Solo in the recital "From Mozart to Gershwin" at Muzikverein in Vienna
She leads the new generation of Russian artists:
Singing at official international ceremonies, Daria excels at presenting French and Russian anthems. She is rightfully called the voice of the "Marseillaise" in Russia.
Daria Davidova, evokes the heroes of Russian romantic literature and the splendours of the aristocracy of yesteryear. At almost thirty, she leads the life of a princess thanks to her virtuoso voice.
Paris – Normandie
Дарья Давыдова, опера, певица, сопрано, Русская певица, Французская певица, опера в Москве, оперная дива
Daria performs with the International Philharmonic Orchestra. She is a guest artist with the Philharmonic Orchestras of Beijing, Tianjin, Guangzhou, Shanghai and Harbin (China), Perm, Kirov and Hanty-Mansiysk Philarmonies, as well as with the State Wind Orchestra of Russia, the State Symphony Orchestra of Cinematography under the direction of Sergey Skrypka, etc.
Daria participated in the XIII edition of the Imago Festival in Slovenia. Accompanied by the Academic Nekrasov Orchestra of Russian Folk Instruments, she makes annual European tours.
Дарья Давыдова, опера, певица, сопрано, Русская певица, Французская певица, опера в Москве, оперная дива
Over 40 countries enjoyed Daria's concerts.
She has notably worked with
Дарья Давыдова, опера, певица, сопрано, Русская певица, Французская певица, опера в Москве, оперная дива
Feruccio Furlanetto (Basso, Austria)
Mirella Freni (soprano, Italy)
Makvala Kasrashvili (soprano, Russia)
Robert Carsen (Canada)
Maestro Evelino Pido (Italy)
Larisa Gergieva (Russia)
Ian Bostridge (tenor)
Iestin Davis (counter-tenor)
Peter Colman-Wright (baritone)
Gennady Rozhdestvensky
Maestro Luciano Acocella
Maestro Alessandro D'Agostini
Zemfira
Renata Litvinova
Vasily Barkhatov
Daria is able to present classical music in a broader format. She has authored numerous projects with contemporary artists, film directors and fashion designers. She is developing a cross-over project with a renowned composer for 2021.
She is a world-wide ambassador of Jaeger-leCoultre and Piaget.