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She is the only classical singer ever to have performed the U. Conductor Sir Georg Solti said of Fleming, "In my long life, I have met maybe two sopranos with this quality of singing; the other was Renata Tebaldi." A daughter of two music teachers, Fleming was born on February 14, 1959, in Indiana, Pennsylvania, and grew up in Churchville, New York.
She has great-grandparents who were born in Prague and later emigrated to the US.
sang her first Pamina in Mozart's The Magic Flute at the Metropolitan Opera, and performed Alban Berg's "Three Excerpts from Wozzeck and the "Lulu Suite" with the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra under James Levine.
In June 1993, the American soprano Arleen Auger died, a victim of cancer.
She also was awarded a Richard Tucker Career Grant and won the George London Competition.
That same year she made her debut with Seattle Opera in her first portrayal of the title role in Rusalka, a role that she has since recorded and reprised at many of the world's great opera houses. premiere presentation of Donizetti's 1841 opera Maria Padilla with Opera Omaha.
In 1986 she sang her first major operatic role, Konstanze in Die Entführung aus dem Serail, at the Salzburger Landestheater.
Two years later she portrayed Thalie, Clarine and La Folie in Jean-Philippe Rameau's Platée with the Piccolo Teatro Dell Opera.
That same year she sang the Countess in The Marriage of Figaro in her debut with Houston Grand Opera.Four years after she passed away, he married colleague Dr. She has performed coloratura, lyric, and lighter spinto soprano operatic roles in Italian, German, French, Czech, and Russian, aside from her native English.Alexander Fleming was one of eight surviving children. The Fleming name is more Scottish than Irish, and originally indicated people from Flanders, where the name originated. His father, Hugh Fleming, married Grace Sterling and Grace was his mother.
She returned to the Met later that year to sing Rosina in the world premiere of John Corigliano's The Ghosts of Versailles.