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Adele Laurie Blue Adkins MBE (born 5 May 1988), better known simply as Adele, is an English singer, songwriter, musician, and multi-instrumentalist.

Adele Laurie Blue Adkins MBE (born 5 May 1988), better known simply as Adele, is an English singer, songwriter, musician, and multi-instrumentalist.

Soprano Adele Addison (born July 24, 1925) is best known as the singing voice of Bess, portrayed on-screen by Dorothy Dandridge, in the 1959 PORGY AND BESS film. Addison made her NYC recital debut in 1952 & debuted with NYCO as Mimi in LA BOHEME in 1955. Though offered operatic roles, Addison chose to perform primarily in recital & concert, & developed a collaborative relationship with Leonard Bernstein, singing under him at the 1962 opening of Philharmonic Hall (now Avery Fisher Hall).

Soprano Adele Addison (born July 24, 1925) is best known as the singing voice of Bess, portrayed on-screen by Dorothy Dandridge, in the 1959 PORGY AND BESS film. Addison made her NYC recital debut in 1952 & debuted with NYCO as Mimi in LA BOHEME in 1955. Though offered operatic roles, Addison chose to perform primarily in recital & concert, & developed a collaborative relationship with Leonard Bernstein, singing under him at the 1962 opening of Philharmonic Hall (now Avery Fisher Hall).

Aida Overton Walker dazzled early-twentieth-century theater audiences with her original dance routines, her enchanting singing voice, and her penchant for elegant costumes. One of the premiere African American women artists of the turn of the century, she popularized the cakewalk and introduced it to English society. In addition to her attractive stage persona and highly acclaimed performances, she won the hearts of black entertainers for numerous benefit performances near the end of her…

Aida Overton Walker dazzled early-twentieth-century theater audiences with her original dance routines, her enchanting singing voice, and her penchant for elegant costumes. One of the premiere African American women artists of the turn of the century, she popularized the cakewalk and introduced it to English society. In addition to her attractive stage persona and highly acclaimed performances, she won the hearts of black entertainers for numerous benefit performances near the end of her…

Soprano Gloria Davy, photographed by Carl Van Vechten on February 22, 1958, in character as Aida. A few days earlier, on February 12, she was the first African American to sing the famous role at The Metropolitan Opera.

Soprano Gloria Davy, photographed by Carl Van Vechten on February 22, 1958, in character as Aida. A few days earlier, on February 12, she was the first African American to sing the famous role at The Metropolitan Opera.

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