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Irish mezzo-soprano Patricia Bardon came to prominence as the youngest ever prizewinner in the Cardiff Singer of the World competition. Since then she has performed at all the major international opera houses, including Covent Garden, Glyndebourne, the Metropolitan New York, Paris Opera, Vienna, Munich, Berlin, Hamburg, Los Angeles and San Francisco, among many others. She has sung with the greatest conductors of our generation including James Levine, Zubin Mehta, Bernard Haitink, Esa-Pekka Salonen, Plácido Domingo, Fabio Luisi, René Jacobs, William Christie, Harry Bicket, Andrew Davis, Christoph Eschenbach and Antonio Pappano. She is particularly known for her interpretations of the Baroque and bel canto repertoire but she also enjoys a busy concert career singing a wide and varied repertoire.

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