Cheryl Studer

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Operatic Soprano from Michigan, USA

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Cheryl Studer (born October 24, 1955) is a Grammy Award winning American dramatic soprano who has sung at many of the world's major opera houses. A singer with unusual versatility, Studer has performed more than eighty roles ranging from the dramatic repertoire to roles more commonly associated with lyric sopranos and coloratura sopranos. Because of her ability to sing many different kinds of roles, some critics have compared Studer's voice to that of Lilli Lehmann. She is most admired for her interpretations of the works of Richard Strauss and Richard Wagner.

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Year Title Artist Rating Releases
1990 Fierrabras Franz Schubert; Josef Protschka, Karita Mattila, Cheryl Studer, Robert Gambill, Thomas Hampson, Robert Holl, László Polgár, Arnold Schönberg Chor, The Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Claudio Abbado 1
1994 Symphony No. 2 in C minor: "Resurrection" Gustav Mahler; Cheryl Studer, Waltraud Meier, Wiener Philharmoniker, Arnold Schönberg Chor, Claudio Abbado 1

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