Great Singers of the Past (Remote)

Larry Josefovitz
Cantor, Instructor of Lifelong Learning
Wednesdays, June 9 - 30
1-3 p.m. ET

A survey of the outstanding classical singers who flourished from the dawn of the recording era to the birth of the LP. Prior to the era of the Three Tenors, which made big money from few artists, there was a proliferation of great singing in every voice category. Explore echoes of 19th century fame, such as Francesco Tamagno, Verdi’s first Otello, and his successor Enrico Caruso, who changed tenor singing for a century.

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