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21 Feb 2007

A Mezzo-Soprano Who’s Determined to Do It Her Way, With or Without Star Turns

Dolora.pngBy ANNE MIDGETTE [NY Times, 21 February 2007}

She has been called “a force of nature.” Peter Gelb, the Metropolitan Opera’s general manager, says she has “one of the greatest voices in the history of opera.” The Met’s current program book fetes her as one of the leading divas of our time.

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