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January 31, 1991 | MARK SWED, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The latest edition of Baker's Biographical Dictionary of Musicians lists Marian Anderson, Leroy Anderson and Laurie Anderson. But if June Anderson is not yet included among such company, it is only because the dictionary is a couple of years out of date. Since its writing, the soprano from Massachusetts has become one of the most celebrated and sought after divas of her generation. She has been hailed the next Joan Sutherland so often that, well, perhaps she is.
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January 1, 1995 | Martin Bernheimer
Some of them you know. Some you don't. But the following artists, entertainers and executives have one thing in common: We're counting on each to mae a significant impact or difference in their respective fields this year. Sure, there will be thers who make a splash, but after we talked with dozens of people who work in entertainment and the arts, these were the names mentioned most often. You might say that Jim Carrey was a face to watch in '94, and you would be right.
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October 29, 1993 | DANIEL CARIAGA, TIMES MUSIC WRITER
Returning to Southern California for her second appearance at Ambassador Auditorium--the first was in January, 1991--soprano June Anderson showed again her unique vocal endowment, her abundant technical resources and an engaging musicality in a generous, but not overlong, recital. It was also, in most moments, a performance beautifully sung.
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January 1, 1995 | Martin Bernheimer
Some of them you know. Some you don't. But the following artists, entertainers and executives have one thing in common: We're counting on each to mae a significant impact or difference in their respective fields this year. Sure, there will be thers who make a splash, but after we talked with dozens of people who work in entertainment and the arts, these were the names mentioned most often. You might say that Jim Carrey was a face to watch in '94, and you would be right.
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October 29, 1993 | DANIEL CARIAGA, TIMES MUSIC WRITER
Returning to Southern California for her second appearance at Ambassador Auditorium--the first was in January, 1991--soprano June Anderson showed again her unique vocal endowment, her abundant technical resources and an engaging musicality in a generous, but not overlong, recital. It was also, in most moments, a performance beautifully sung.
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May 23, 1993 | LEWIS SEGAL, Lewis Segal is a Times staff writer.
Something old, something new: It's time for a wedding again in quaint, operatic Lammermoor--an event usually heralded by the delirious chirping of the most expensive trained canary available. But not this time. Next Sunday, when the Los Angeles Music Center Opera presentation of Donizetti's "Lucia di Lammermoor" opens for the first of six performances at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, the walls come tumbling down. Literally. In the Mad Scene.
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May 23, 1993 | LEWIS SEGAL, Lewis Segal is a Times staff writer.
Something old, something new: It's time for a wedding again in quaint, operatic Lammermoor--an event usually heralded by the delirious chirping of the most expensive trained canary available. But not this time. Next Sunday, when the Los Angeles Music Center Opera presentation of Donizetti's "Lucia di Lammermoor" opens for the first of six performances at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, the walls come tumbling down. Literally. In the Mad Scene.
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January 31, 1991 | MARK SWED, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The latest edition of Baker's Biographical Dictionary of Musicians lists Marian Anderson, Leroy Anderson and Laurie Anderson. But if June Anderson is not yet included among such company, it is only because the dictionary is a couple of years out of date. Since its writing, the soprano from Massachusetts has become one of the most celebrated and sought after divas of her generation. She has been hailed the next Joan Sutherland so often that, well, perhaps she is.
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February 24, 1989 | SHAUNA SNOW, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
The Metropolitan Opera will present five new productions and three more complete cycles of Wagner's "Ring des Nibelungen" during its 32-week 1989-90 season. The new works are Verdi's "La Traviata" (designed by Franco Zeffirelli) and "Rigoletto" (with Luciano Pavarotti and June Anderson in her Met debut) and Wagner's "Der Fliegende Hollander."
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