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November 18, 2017

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July 6, 2017
I first heard Beverly Sills in 1978 on TV. I had recently won a singing contest in an outdoor pavilion at Como Park, St. Paul, MN. I danced tap and began ballet lessons. I taught myself piano and played "Here Comes The Bride", "Moon River", "Pomp And Circumstance", among others. I saw my first opera on PBS Ch. 2.
I sang in our local church choir, Glee club in H.S. I've loved opera ever since my father played "Ave Maria" on the victrola at home. I have loved hearing Ms. Sills arias and operas even now. I am 63. I have missed her splendid voice and bubbly personality and her cheerful disposition. I miss her.
But now I have YouTube videos of all recorded songs she sung all her life to cherish forever. Now this Diva sings for God's heavenly choir of angels for eternity. SLee
March 15, 2017
Beverly Sills was a great lady and full of life and fun. I met her twice after performances, and she asked my name. (We share the same last name.)
She then asked if we were related, to which I replied, "No, I wish we were!" Then she let out that great laugh she had. She was a great advocate of the arts. She is missed!
March 31, 2016
Your voice still thrills me, even to this day. I miss you! Rest in peace.
January 7, 2014
I just loved her performance as The Merry Widow. I only spoke to her once when I met her on the street near Lincoln Center and she was very gracious. May she rest in peace.
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