Beverly Sills


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United States operatic soprano (born in 1929)

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Beverly Sills, acclaimed Brooklyn-born coloratura soprano and popular opera singer, died July 2, 2007.
Born in 1864 in Sacramento, CA, Sibyl Sanderson was the first in a long line of celebrity opera singers running to Maria Callas and Beverly Sills in recent years.
Think: Beverly Sills hosts this special ``Live From Lincoln Center'' tribute to choreographer George Balanchine, who died in 1983.
Notable alumni include Milton Berle, Beverly Sills, Donald O'Connor, Christopher Walkin, Sarah Jessica Parker and Yo-Yo Ma.
After a few months of retirement, Beverly Sills, the former chairman of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, has returned to action as chairman of the Metropolitan Opera.
It was an interesting lecture in Denver by Beverly Sills, diva emerita and well-known spokeswoman for the arts, that alerted met to the fact that we in Colorado may have done something unique.
Famous customers include Paul Newman, Carol Burnett, Sandra Day O'Connor, Anne Bancroft, Beverly Sills and Nancy Reagan.
Angela Meade, 2011 Richard Tucker Award Winner and winner of this year's Beverly Sills Award; James Valenti, 2010 Richard Tucker Award Winner and Jennifer Johnson Cano, Sara Tucker Study Grant Winner.
But since undergoing a $5 million restoration in 1977, the 157-year-old building has been transformed into one of the finest acoustical concert halls in the country, hosting such classical giants as Yo-Yo Ma, Beverly Sills and the Boston Symphony Orchestra.
Opera legend Beverly Sills talks about the arts and more, at 10:30 a.
6) Beverly Sills, left, and Carol Burnett share the stage in the 1976 TV special ``Sills and Burnett at the Met.
After a 1939 staging at the Metropolitan Opera, it was almost four decades before a new production was mounted specifically for the late Beverly Sills in 1978.
LL Cool J, members of The Ramones (Tommy, Marky, CJ), Chuck D (Public Enemy), Blue Oyster Cult (Eric Bloom and Buck Dharma), The Good Rats, Jean Ritchie, The Tokens, Kenny Vance, family and friends of Guy Lombardo, Count Basie, Aaron Copland, Beverly Sills and Louis Armstrong.
The new sound system at Lincoln Center has Beverly Sills singing the blues.
Leading the list of performers is soprano Beverly Sills, baritone Thomas Hampson, violinist Nigel Kennedy, pianists Stephen Kovacevich and Andre Watts, trumpeter Maurice Andre, composer Thomas Ad[c]s, and the King's Singers.