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March 22, 2013
Memorable. Rise Stevens was deeply memorable in so many ways. As Carmen, as a bright and gifted artist, as an actress and as a beautiful person. Her light will always burn bright, here and in the angel choir.
March 22, 2013
I fell in love with opera because of Rise Stevens. As a young teenager, I heard her on 'Voice of Firestone.' She sang the Habanera from 'Carmen.' I thought I had died and gone to heaven. Thank you Ms. Stevens for opening the world of opera to me and all the joys I've experienced there. You will never be forgotten.
March 22, 2013
A beautiful lady! I remember chatting with Ms. Stevens while working at the NYS Council on the Arts. Ms. Stevens was a Music Panel Member. Always gracious, lovely and friendly. My profound sympathy to the family.
March 22, 2013
When in grade school back around the middle "40's"in San Antonio,Texas., our teacher happened to be an opera singer herself, and our music teacher.She was able to land us on stage with Ms. Stevens in the opera Carmen.What a thrill.I had to run out in front of the horses and carriage that she was riding in. All of us children were upfront stage singing out to the audience along with her. I remember how pretty she looked in her spanish costume and how big those horses looked.I had a very handsome young man who was my actor dad.We had such a good time and all the professional singers were so nice to us kids. I heard her on the radio & saw her in Going My Way seems She was on TV also. I'd like to thank my music teacher, who probably was one waiting to greet Ms. Stevens.They both gave me a love of all music.God Bless them both
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