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Renee Fleming as Rusalka

Renee Fleming as "Rusalka" (opera by Dvorak) at the Metropolitan Opera, NYC.

Amalia at the tomb of her father. This image of Dame Joan was used as the cover of the   recording of  I Masnadieri.  Michael Stennett

Amalia at the tomb of her father. This image of Dame Joan was used as the cover of the recording of I Masnadieri.

Grace Bumbry the ever fabulous soprano Grace probably gracing the hood of her precious Lamborgini!  A spectacular voice and an amazing woman.

Grace Bumbry the ever fabulous soprano Grace probably gracing the hood of her precious Lamborgini! A spectacular voice and an amazing woman.

Leontyne Price as Cleopatra, Andrea Velis as Mardian, Belén Amparan as Iras in Barber's Anthony and Cleopatra. Opening Night at Metropolitan Opera's new home in Lincoln Center. 1966. Louis Melançon for Metropolitan Opera.

Leontyne Price as Cleopatra, Andrea Velis as Mardian, Belén Amparan as Iras in Barber's Anthony and Cleopatra. Opening Night at Metropolitan Opera's new home in Lincoln Center. Louis Melançon for Metropolitan Opera.

"Sings Richard Strauss" (Leontyne Price) 1974.

"Sings Richard Strauss" (Leontyne Price) 1974.

Renée Fleming in one of her most incredible roles - The Marschallin in Strauss' Der Rosenkavalier.

Renée Fleming in one of her most incredible roles - The Marschallin in Strauss' Der Rosenkavalier.

Fleming’s performance as the Marschallin in the Metropolitan Opera’s Der Rosenkavalier is only a prelude to upcoming recitals, concerts, and new work—a sign that the singer won’t be leaving the limelight any time soon.

Opera Legend Renée Fleming Isn’t Ready for Retirement

Renée Fleming, backstage at the Metropolitan Opera House at Lincoln Center, in New York City.

Leontyne Price Mary (born February 10, 1927) is an American soprano who rose to international acclaim in the 1950s and 1960s. She was one of the first African Americans to become a leading artist at the Metropolitan Opera.

Leontyne Price was born in Laurel, Mississippi on February She has been credited as the first African-American singer to achieve an international reputation in opera.

Herbert von Karajan and Leontyne Price

One of my fave photos. ever: Maestro Herbert von Karajan and soprano Leontyne Price taking a break during a recording session.

Metlicovitz, Madama Butterfly, 1904

Puccini Madame Butterfly Opera Poster available in small to very large sizes, framed in period appropriate frames and unframed - Unique Wall Art — made in USA by MUSEUM OUTLETS

Enrico Caruso Canio in ''Pagliacci'' oh how I loved this opera, it was the very…

Enrico Caruso Canio in ''Pagliacci'' - (I have an old 1 -sided Victor record with Caruso singing. - by DWM)

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