Jerome Hines
Opera singer
Jerome Hines
The American Jerome A. Hines was a basso opera singer who performed at the Metropolitan Opera from 1946 to 1987. His height (6ft 6 inches, or 2m), stage presence and stentorian voice made him ideal for such roles as Sarastro in The Magic Flute, Mephistopheles in Faust, Ramfis in Aida, the Grand Inquisitor in Don Carlos, the title role of Boris Godunov and King Mark in Tristan und Isolde.
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Cornell MacNeil, Verdi Baritone at the Met, Dies at 88
NYTimes - over 5 years
Cornell MacNeil, one of the great postwar American baritones, best known for his roles in Verdi operas, died on Friday in Charlottesville, Va. He was 88. His death was announced by his wife, Tania. Mr. MacNeil had been living in an assisted-living facility in Charlottesville. A pure baritone with power from low to high notes, he was considered the
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The Russians are coming to Logan's Utah Festival Opera & Musical Theatre - Salt Lake Tribune
Google News - over 5 years
The bass who plays the Russian czar Boris Godunov is Craig Hart, who has extensive experience singing in Russian and whose mentor was Jerome Hines, the first American to perform the title role at the Bolshoi in Moscow. (In 1962, Hines famously sang
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Reading club starts season with opera - Tri-Town News
Google News - over 5 years
He has accompanied Beverly Sills, Jerome Hines and many other internationally acclaimed singers and has served as a faculty member at the University of Texas, the University of Connecticut, the New England Conservatory of Music, and Northeastern
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Veteran bass-baritone John Cheek comes to Opera Theatre - STLtoday.com
Google News - over 5 years
He cites that first Met "Pelleas," with a cast of legendary singing actors who included soprano Teresa Stratas, bass-baritone Jose van Dam and bass Jerome Hines. When Stratas, as Melisande, died, "We couldn't speak, we were so overcome
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The Mansfield That Was: Celebrities once flocked to Mansfield - Mansfield News Journal
Google News - almost 6 years
More recently a number of the famous people who visit the city came here to appear with the Mansfield Symphony Orchestra. These noted guests have included Jerome Hines, Frank Guarrera, Leonard Rose, Jose Iturbi, Eugene Istomin and Itzak Perlman
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Opera y canción, ayer y hoy - El Nuevo Herald
Google News - almost 6 years
Los dos viejos “carcamanes” son nada menos que Salvatore Baccaloni y Jerome Hines. La chispeante dirección de Alberto Erede completa este festejado Barbero hoy irremediablemente anticuado ( IL BARBIERE DI SIVIGLIA, SONY CLASSICAL 88697 80462 2) En la
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FOOTLIGHTS
NYTimes - almost 12 years
The Gates in Hudson Valley ''The Gates'' may be gone from Central Park, but they are not gone from the Hudson Valley. Christo and his wife, Jeanne-Claude, the artists responsible for ''The Gates,'' have signed posters and renderings of the project and donated them to the Poughkeepsie Museum of Art, where they will be exhibited and can be purchased
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Fred Mayer, 69, Theme Cruise Operator, Dies
NYTimes - almost 13 years
Fred Asher Mayer, a tour and cruise executive who ran some of the earliest and most star-studded theme cruises, died on May 8 at Westchester Medical Center in Valhalla, N.Y. He was 69 and lived in Bedford, N.Y., and Miami. The cause was post-surgery complications, his family said. Mr. Mayer was an apostle of theme travel. He was a packager and
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Playing a Demon Barber? Start With Real Demons
NYTimes - almost 13 years
If an opera company casts the baritone Mark Delavan as a psychopathic murderer, he'll research the role down to his character's distant historical roots. And he'll get in touch with his own inner demons, if he thinks that will help him bring the role to life. If a company does not give him that kind of role, he is likely to ask for it. One such
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Paid Notice: Deaths HINES, JEROME A.
NYTimes - about 14 years
HINES-Jerome A. Of Scotch Plains on Tuesday, February 4, 2003. Funeral service Friday, February 7 at 11AM at the Evangel Church, 1251 Terrill Road, Scotch Plains. Interment St. Stephen's Cemetery, Millburn. Visitation 2-5 and 710PM at the Rossi Funeral Home, 1937 Westfield Ave, Scotch Plains, New Jersey. HINES-Jerome. The Metropolitan Opera mourns
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Jerome Hines Is Dead at 81; Sang at the Met for 41 Years
NYTimes - about 14 years
Jerome Hines, a bass whose performing career spanned six decades -- including 41 years as a mainstay of the Metropolitan Opera, where he had the longest career of any principal singer in the company's history -- died yesterday at Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan. He was 81 and lived in Scotch Plains, N.J. Mr. Hines was one of the great singers of
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BENEFITS
NYTimes - about 15 years
Auctioning TV Roles TOMORROW -- Bobby Short will perform at a dinner and auction at Sotheby's to raise money for the performances and educational programs of the Eos Orchestra. Schuyler G. Chapin will be honored, and auctioned items will include walk-on appearances on ''Sex and the City'' and ''Six Feet Under,'' as well as a behind-the-scenes tour
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BENEFITS
NYTimes - about 16 years
Landmarks Lion WEDNESDAY -- The Historic Districts Council will raise money for its education and advocacy programs at a dinner and award ceremony at St. Bartholomew's Community House, 109 East 50th Street (Lexington Avenue). The evening will honor Joyce Matz, a preservationist and public relations consultant. A cocktail reception at 6 will be
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Lucia Evangelista, 83, Arts Figure
NYTimes - over 16 years
Lucia Evangelista, a former soprano, a notable figure in New Jersey cultural circles and the wife of the renowned American bass Jerome Hines, died on Oct. 26 in North Plainfield, N.J. She was 83 and had been suffering from Lou Gehrig's disease. Ms. Evangelista was born in Genoa, Italy, on April 30, 1917. She studied voice at the Verdi Conservatory
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JERSEY FOOTLIGHTS; Opera to Mark 35th Anniversary
NYTimes - over 16 years
The New Jersey State Opera will salute the soprano Licia Albanese (below) and the bass-baritone Jerome Hines at its 35th anniversary gala concert on Nov. 19 at 3 p.m. at the Victoria Theater of the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark. Among the performers will be the 15-year-old violinist Christine Kwak. Tickets are $500, $350 and $150 and
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AT A CONCERT WITH/Gretchen Pulvermann; The Force Behind a Series of Free Programs That Set Toes to Tapping
NYTimes - almost 17 years
TWICE a year, Rye High School opens its doors to the free -- and increasingly popular -- Pulvermann Foundation concerts. Since 1992, the programs have featured such major artists as the bass-baritone Jerome Hines, the pianists Oxana Yablonskaya and Michael Boriskin, the violinist Chee-Yun, the folk singer Tom Chapin and the United States Military
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