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Cancryn Portraits promo

Cancryn Portraits promo

MTSU School of Music professor Dina Cancryn, center, is shown as legendary classical singer Sissieretta Jones, with MTSU alumna Courtney Clark, left, portraying Elizabeth Taylor-Greenfield and Nashville vocalist Sonya Sardon as Marian Anderson on the title card of “Portraits: The First Black American Divas of Song and Opera." Cancryn created the theatrical production, now available on video for public screenings, that depicts some of the first classical singers of color.

MTSU School of Music professor Dina Cancryn, center, is shown as legendary classical singer Sissieretta Jones, with MTSU alumna Courtney Clark, left, portraying Elizabeth Taylor-Greenfield and Nashville vocalist Sonya Sardon as Marian Anderson on the title card of “Portraits: The First Black American Divas of Song and Opera.” Cancryn created the theatrical production, now available on video for public screenings, that depicts some of the first classical singers of color.


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