Opera singer Denyce Graves comes to Stuart directly from the Bush inaugural
By Bill DeYoung
January 28, 2005
With a voice as strong and clear as the winter wind through the cherry trees, Denyce Graves sang for all America last week at President Bush’s inaugural ceremony.
Graves, who was born and raised in Washington, D.C., is something of a musical emissary — she’s had the lead roles in opera houses all over the globe, and is considered one of the most dynamic mezzo-sopranos on the world stage.
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