Articles

17 July 2013
Janowitz is known for having the most beautiful voice of all time, and using it to express the voluptuous purity of German music.
17 July 2013
Fiery Vishnevskaya, diva of the Bolshoi during Soviet times, was the muse of both Britten and Shostakovich, and a formidable interpreter of Russian repertoire.
17 July 2013
Régine Crespin made a mark on operatic history. She was an outstanding lyric-dramatic French soprano with a ‘cleaner’, more classical voice than...
17 July 2013
Perfect voice, perfect technique, consummate artistry: a radiant blonde beauty who transcended the controversy about her Nazi years.
17 July 2013
‘Queen of Early Music’ is only half the story – her voice is refreshing, incisive, clean and infinitely adaptable to solo or ensemble use.
17 July 2013
Glorious power, tonal beauty: the great Norwegian set a vocal standard in Wagner and Strauss that has never been surpassed.
17 July 2013
One of the most sheerly beautiful soprano voices to have emerged in the last half-century, equally at home in Mozart and Wagner.
17 July 2013
Until her tragic death from cancer in 1993, Popp was one of the most sought-after sopranos.
17 July 2013
Caballé is best know for bringing Bellini back into fashion, and making the world remember the point of him, by showing that all you had to do was sing it...
17 July 2013
Birgit Nilsson appeared on my horizon first of all as a person, then as a singer. 
17 July 2013
Now 80, Leontyne Price was the outstanding lyric-dramatic US soprano of her generation, with a uniquely recognisable timbre. 
17 July 2013
Victoria de los Angeles’s classic recordings capture the essence of great singing and remain among the most profoundly affecting in the repertoire.
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