Dame Kiri Te Kanawa


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New Zealand operatic soprano (born in 1944)

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Bur for many the highlight of the season will be the first visit to the arts centre of soprano Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, who will be giving a gala recital on Tuesday, November 27.
It is in the past" Opera star Dame Kiri Te Kanawa says she will never sing in public again.
It is in the past" - Opera star Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, below, says she will never sing in public again.
Since then, stars including Luciano Pavarotti and Dame Kiri Te Kanawa have performed, while Arnold Schwarzenegger won his final Mr Olympia body building title there.
Also, Katie Derham talks to operatic soprano Dame Kiri Te Kanawa (left) and Martin James Bartlett.
Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, who made a guest appearance on the ITV series, also contributes, as does the Choir of Kings College.
Wise words from the natural successor to the highbrow throne of Dame Kiri Te Kanawa.
Oscar-nominated actor Paul Giamatti joins Downton as the playboy brother of Lady Cora and opera singer Dame Kiri Te Kanawa will play a house guest.
Other newcomers are Joanna David, Julian Ovenden, Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, and Gary Carr, who will play the first black character on the series.
I ate to sing" - Soprano Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, pictured, who says that many up-and-coming singers are far too thin.
The pop princess was among the 200 guests who attended the reception, including comic Barry Humphries, soprano Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, broadcaster Rolf Harris, and former New Zealand rugby captain Sean Fitzpatrick.
This year world famous operatic soprano Dame Kiri Te Kanawa received the inaugural Iconic New Zealander of the Year Award.
MAX BOYCE, Dame Kiri Te Kanawa and Rebecca Evans are set to feature in a gala concert put together by Welsh tenor Dennis O'Neill.
rd, Lorenzo Mariani, and Alexander Polianichko, and joined for the first time by internationally-renowned singer Dame Kiri Te Kanawa.