Women of Distinction - Leontyne Price, Opera Singer Leontyne Price is an American opera singer (soprano) best known for her Verdi roles, above all the title role of Aida.Photo: Price as Cleopatra in Antony and Cleopatra by American composer Samuel Barber
Marian Anderson renowned contralto and first African American to sing at the Metropolitan Opera. This woman right here was a bad ass and one of the most expressive voices, I have ever heard
When i was a lili girl i LOVED Lola Falana. Thats something new uve learned about me
lelaid: Diana Ross in Bob Mackie by George Hurrell, 1985
CultureMUSIC: The Harris Sisters c. A doo wop group from the featuring sisters Marcene “Dimples” Harris, Beverly Hansen Harris, and Betty Jean Sanford Harris. One of their biggest hits, “Kissin’ Bug” (Audio).
Mary Violet Leontyne Price is an American soprano. Born and raised in Laurel, Mississippi, she rose to international acclaim in the and and was one of the first African Americans to become a leading artist at the Metropolitan Opera.
Diahann Carroll-Julia (gladiators better make the connection rn, do it for Shonda)