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Jessye Norman was born in Augusta, Georgia and grew up at a time when America was torn with racial strife. Today, she is at the peak of her career. Jessye Norman's insights into her cultural roots and evolution as a singer make this a moving commentary on an extraordinary career.
After studying music at Howard University, her career progressed rapidly. She has a vast classical repertoire, but has always sought to extend her vocal capacity, attempting some of the most technically demanding music of the 20th century.
One of today's most popular classical singers, she guarantees full houses wherever she performs. The full range and diversity of Jessye Norman's singing is featured here, from the London Opera Stage to recitals with the Dance Theater of Harlem.
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