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The American dramatic soprano Angela Brown made her highly successful Metropolitan Opera début in the title rôle of Aida, capturing instant attention from international print and broadcast media and marking her appearance on the world’s prestigious opera and symphonic stages. She immediately followed that success by collaborating with Richard Danielpour for his American opera Margaret Garner in the rôle of Cilla. The result was a triumph and led Richard Danielpour to set the poetry of visionary Maya Angelou for Angela Brown’s voice. Also noted for her inspired musical show Opera… from a Sistah’s Point of View, she dispels the myths of opera through lively commentary, show-stopping arias, poignant art songs, and moving spirituals. Her vehicle to promote arts education, the show has been presented in concert halls, recital series, schools, and has also featured on CNN and in print media nationwide. Angela Brown performs globally for opera, symphonic, and recital engagements as well as recording projects ranging from classical to pops to gospel.

For more information, please visit www.angelambrown.com.

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