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Sondra Radvanovsky Discusses LA Opera’s “Tosca”


Photos by Ken Howard

Sondra Radvanovsky is considered one of the great sopranos of our time. She solidified expectations with an incredible performance in the LA Opera productions of Puccini’s Tosca. John Van Driel had a chance to talk to her about the challenges of her role as Tosca and being one of the most sought-after sopranos today. New on the KUSC Interviews Podcast!

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Sondra Radvanovsky Discusses LA Opera’s “Tosca”

 

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John Van Driel
John Van Driel
Published on 05.22.2018

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