The price of operatic success

Roach, Ronald; Taylor, Max
November 1998
Black Issues in Higher Education;11/26/1998, Vol. 15 Issue 20, p20
Reports that Howard University voice students got a novel opportunity to take instruction from opera legend Leontyne Price when she took center stage at Cramton Auditorium to conduct a master class. Critical feedback and tips on vocalization technique from Price for students and graduates; Price's demanding style; Short selections sang by Price.


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