Joan Sutherland

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Noun1.Joan Sutherland - Australian operatic soprano (born in 1926)Joan Sutherland - Australian operatic soprano (born in 1926)
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Exclusive to Sydney, My Fair Lady will play at the Joan Sutherland Theatre, Sydney Opera House, from 30 August, 2016 for a strictly limited season.
I'd like to give you my choice of winners: to the tenor Oleksiy the Dame Joan Sutherland Audience Prize and, of course, the main prize to the baritone from Mongolia.
Ymhlith yr 20 terfynol mae'r Gymraes o Abertawe, Celine Forrest, yn cystadlu am dair gwobr; teitl BBC Canwr y Byd, Gwobr Can BBC Canwr y Byd, a Gwobr Cynulleidfa Y Fonesig Joan Sutherland.
I made my American debut in 1965 alongside Joan Sutherland.
Yes, it's the anniversary of that near-legendary Irving Guttman production, in which Joan Sutherland made her role debut, with Marilyn Horne singing her first Adalgisa and Richard Bonynge conducting.
The latter opera was revived in the 1970s by conductor Richard Bonynge for his wife Joan Sutherland, and he provides the accompaniments here.
De Wiart served in many regions of conflict in the second world war and in 1951 married Joan Sutherland, 23 years younger than him.
In one of the filing cabinets in his office - understandably a bit cluttered just three weeks after moving in - were festival programs from the 1960s, all autographed by visiting stars such as Joan Sutherland and Van Cliburn, that a supporter of Music Worcester recently found in an attic.
And she not only played Frankie Vaughan, she interviewed him too, as well as the likes of Birmingham born actor Tony Britton, father of presenter Fern Britton, the late film director Roy Boulting, actor Donald Sinden and the late opera star Joan Sutherland.
And how can Joan Sutherland, Lucian Pavarotti and other singers give such wonderful expression to the music?
Pat Allan Singers - Dame Joan Sutherland, Peter Dawson, Malcolm McEachern.
Notably, the State Library of NSW has completed its cataloguing and digitisation program of its nineteenth-century Australian music; Monash University has mounted a wonderful exhibition of its rare sheet music in Stardust Melodies; the Australian Music Centre has released its innovative digital library lending scheme; the University of Melbourne has launched its new Grainger Studies interdisciplinary journal online and in print, and the National Library has acquired some wonderful new collections, including several following the death of the great Australian singer Dame Joan Sutherland.