Classical Notes: Veronica Dunne leaves a noble legacy to young singers
The internationally renowned opera singer’s spirit will live on through the countless young singers she helped to develop down the years
The loss of the wonderful Veronica Dunne will not only sadden the classical world, but also leave many young singers genuinely heartbroken. It was for them most of all that she fought so tenaciously during a long life of 93 years, in which training and coaching voices was a major factor – but not the only one.
Dunne never lost sight of the fact that classical and opera singing, with all its excitement, can nonetheless be...
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