Cheryl Studer as Semiramis 1988 in Bonn / Germany.
Size: 4,8 x 5 inches.
Cheryl Studer ( born 1955 ) is an American soprano with a solid reputation in works by Richard Strauss and Richard Wagner.
After a year in Vienna, and at Hans Hotter's urging, Cheryl Studer auditioned for Wolfgang Sawallisch who hired her as a permanent member of the Bavarian State Opera, where she spent two consecutive seasons. At the end of the 1981-82 season, she left the Munich ensemble to join the Staatstheater Darmstadt for two seasons, before going to Berlin to be part of the Deutsche Oper ensemble for the 1984-85 and 1985-86 seasons.
She made her North American opera debut in 1984 as Micaela (Carmen).
She caught the world's attention at the 1985 Bayreuth Festival, when the sang Elisabeth (Tannhäuser) under Giuseppe Sinopoli.
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