Phyllis Curtin, born Phyllis Smith in Clarksburg, West Virginia, is an American soprano and teacher who is well known for roles such as Mozart's Countess, Donna Anna, Rosalinde, Eva, Violetta, Alice Ford, Salome, and Ellen Orford. She created Floyd’s Susannah and Cathy in Wuthbering Heights.
Phyllis Curtin
Short biography. Includes links to recordings of Bach Cantatas.
Phyllis Curtin Reflects On the Art of Singing
New York Times article by Will Crutchfield. (July 10, 1989)
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