operatic star


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Noun1.operatic star - singer of lead role in an opera
diva, prima donna - a distinguished female operatic singer; a female operatic star
singer, vocalist, vocalizer, vocaliser - a person who sings
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"Never sing on a full stomach" - Operatic star Dame Janet Baker.
As a rapidly growing operatic star, she already has performed in the best opera houses across America and around the world.
He became probably the world's richest operatic star and wherever he appeared people flocked to hear his golden voice.
This time for a full-blown movie on the operatic star's remarkable life.
Their next UK tour - which comes to Rhyl's Pavilion Theatre on Sunday, October 1 and to Wrexham's William Aston Hall on Saturday, October 14 - will see the Holywell boys collaborate with operatic star Rhydian.
THE much-loved amateur operatic star Doreen France MBE, one of Huddersfield's best-known vintage performers and founder of her own dancing school, has died at home in Crosland Moor.
THINGS are hotting up between operatic star Katherine Jenkins and her new dancer flame Derek Hough.
The opera degree student at the acclaimed Royal College of Music has also completed a UK tour with acclaimed tenor Alfie Boe, she has sang at London's Olympic Stadium, performed Ravel's Bolero with operatic star Noah Stewart on ITV1's Dancing On Ice, sang the National Anthem prior to the FA Cup final at Wembley and is the official English Rose mascot for English Rugby (she'll be singing at all internationals this autumn).
Now living in London, she will be back in Wales on Thursday for a spectacular charity concert, joining forces with operatic star Bryn Terfel for a show in aid of Shelter Cymru at St David's Hall, Cardiff.
Operatic star Julie Davitt, who plays Sally, said: "It's a special play and a really lovely story.
Now I'm hoping to be a big operatic star. Anything seems possible."