operatic star

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singer of lead role in an opera

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Spanish tenor Placido Domingo helped bring the Games to a close when he performed a duet with Chinese operatic star Song Zuying.
The Neath operatic star has adopted Katherine, a two-week-old Humboldt chick from Dudley Zoo in the Midlands, where she recently performed.
Operatic star Russell Watson sang the character's thoughts.
The glamorous, vivacious operatic star - her heart still rooted in Scotland - beams with pleasure as she remembers the memorable night last weekend.
It was announced on New Year's Eve that the Neath-born operatic star had been awarded the OBE for her services to music and charity work.
It signalled that Doreen, after years as a dance teacher and amateur operatic star has decided to bring down the curtain on organising big shows.
However, these two Welsh icons will be coming together to celebrate the charity's 30th birthday at St David's Hall on Wednesday, when they will be joined by the likes of operatic star Rebecca Evans, The Three Welsh Tenors and prodigious young talent Shaheen Jafargholi.
Singer Ashley Stirling, 16, will appear at the annual event on Saturday next week, at which operatic star Jon Christos is headlining.
The 27-year-old operatic star from Neath took a pot of roses onto a flight from Greece but when they were taken out of an overhead locker on arrival in London, some pink sand fell out.
And this was a girl who, in my opinion, with a bit of training and some work, could have been a massive operatic star for the next few years because she's really talented.
It will feature Welsh operatic star,Rhys Meirion,and Rhian Mair,a young soprano who has won the Bryn Terfel scholarship as well as the Osborn Roberts Award at the National Eisteddfod.
And her driving willpower saw her become a dance teacher and amateur operatic star whose talent lay in organising shows - many of them for charity.
There is only so much your brain can take, and the night before the first performance I felt like a bottle of Coke that had been shaken up and was about to explode" Operatic star Lucy Crowe, who was told at the last minute that she was taking a leading role in Verdi's Rigoletto.
He became probably the world's richest operatic star and wherever he appeared people flocked to hear his golden voice.
His listening preference, even at the age of seven, was for the singing of the Italian operatic star Beniamino Gigli.