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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The PS2,500 Dame Joan Sutherland Audience Prize was presented to the English mezzo-soprano Katie Bray, while the Song Prize was won by Mingjie Lei, a tenor from China.
Zeffirelli's opera productions for the stage included singers such as Maria Callas, Placido Domingo, Joan Sutherland, Luciano Pavarotti, Renata Scotto and Jose Carreras.
Giving a display of lifesaving skills were Nancy McClure, May Heslop, Myra McLaren, Nancy Hunter and Joan Sutherland.
Over the years, the choir has attracted many big names as soloists, including Peter Pears, Janet Baker, Joan Sutherland, Heather Harper, Owen Brannigan and James Bowman.
Wedi graddio o Goleg Prifysgol Cymru a Caerdydd, lle bu'n astudio piano gyda Patrick Piggot ac yn cyfeilio mewn Dosbarthiadau Meistr gyda Joan Hammond, Joan Sutherland a Sherill Milnes, daeth yn ol i'r ardal yn athro yn Ysgol yr Alun, Yr Wyddgrug.
Many international stars have made their American debuts with the Dallas Opera, among them Montserrat Caballe, Gwyneth Jones, Dame Joan Sutherland, Jon Vickers, and Placido Domingo, in addition to director Franco Zeffirelli.
Joan Sutherland took part in a number of fundraising events for Marie Curie at Elderslie's Altptarick Gardens sheltered housing complex.
The great Italian soprano Patricia Ciofi takes on the role of Dinorah and serves up some beautiful singing, notably in the endearing Act I Lullaby, the Act II Recitative and Romance, and the familiar rondo aria "Ombre legere" (often called the "Shadow Aria"), which has been recorded by many star sopranos, including Joan Sutherland, Lily Pons and Natalie Dessay.