Marilyn Horne

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Noun1.Marilyn Horne - United States operatic mezzo-soprano (born 1934)
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He met some famous singers including award-winning mezzo-soprano Marilyn Horne but never could break through as a performer.
There is also a whopper of a mistake by Marilyn Horne (swapping Leontyne Price with Joan Sutherland in a story about the Met's Centennial Gala) that should have been caught by the filmmakers and edited out of the film.
On short notice, Caballe stood in for indisposed American soprano Marilyn Horne in a concert performance in Donizetti's "Lucrezia Borgia" at New York's Carnegie Hall and achieved a thunderous success.
When in New York in 1965, the soprano stepped in for singer Marilyn Horne, who had fallen ill, and performed Donizetti's "Lucrezia Borgia" without a rehearsal.
The Pentatone Carmen is a remastering of the 1972 DGG release (quadraphonic, for those who remember the format) that was based on a Met production with Marilyn Horne in the title role and Leonard Bernstein conducting.
In addition to accompanying some of soprano Renee Fleming's most notable performances, including Carlisle Floyd's Susannah, Dvorak's Rusalka, and Massenet's Manon, he also accompanied Marilyn Horne, Kiri Te Kanawa, and Thomas Allen.
She has taught in Marilyn Horne's Art of Song program at Carnegie Hall, and her teaching was spotlighted in the documentary Renee Fleming: A YoungArts MasterClass.
I also draw inspiration from Ella Fitzgerald, Barbra Streisand, Freddie Mercury, Placido Domingo, the great acting skills of the late ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev, the beautiful tone of the voice of the incredible mezzo-soprano Marilyn Horne (who is my mentor) and Montserrat Caballe.
she substituted for an indisposed Marilyn Horne in a semi- staged performance of Donizetti's Lucrezia Borgia at New York's Carnegie
She has neither the elan and joie de vivre of Marilyn Horne nor the sultry eroticism of Leontyne Price.
Ken Pope has had an eclectic career playing with artists from Lena Horne to Marilyn Horne. He performs regularly with the Boston Pops, Boston Ballet, Lake George Opera Festival, Boston Modern Orchestra Project, and scores of Broadway shows.
He will perform at St David''s Hall, Cardiff, this week, in front of an expert jury - chaired by John Fisher with Dennis O'Neill, Marilyn Horne, H...kan Hageg...rd, Lorenzo Mariani, and Alexander Polianichko, and joined for the first time by internationally-renowned singer Dame Kiri Te Kanawa.