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Opera

Estelle Liebling

Estelle Liebling’s gifts as an opera singer were put to the test in 1902 when she sang the role of Marguerite in Les Huguenots at the Metropolitan Opera House with only a few hours’ warning.

Joyce Carpati

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Joyce Carpati holds a Chanel purse.
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Joyce Carpati holds a Chanel purse.

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Joyce Carpati on Staircase

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Joyce Carpati.
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Joyce Carpati.

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Joyce Carpati in Karen Walker Sunglasses

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Joyce Carpati in Karen Walker sunglasses.
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Joyce Carpati in Karen Walker sunglasses.


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Joyce Carpati

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Joyce Carpati holds a Chanel purse.
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Joyce Carpati holds a Chanel purse.

Photographed by Ari Seth Cohen for Advanced Style.

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Isa Kremer

A former star of the Russian Imperial Opera, Isa Kremer insisted on singing Yiddish songs to instill pride in Jewish audiences despite rampant anti-Semitism.

Ruth Kisch-Arendt

Ruth Kisch-Arendt became one of Germany’s foremost performers of lieder—nineteenth–century allegorical poems set to music—through the intense period of anti-Semitism leading up to the Holocaust, then used her talents to highlight great Jewish composers after WWII.

Selina Dolaro

A noted opera singer and theater producer, Selina Dolaro proudly defended her choices as a single mother making a living in the arts.

Jennie Tourel

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Jennie Tourel on Decca's The Singers series of recordings in the mid-1950s.
Courtesy of Decca Records.
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Jennie Tourel on Decca's The Singers series of recordings in the mid-1950s.

Courtesy of Decca Records.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Opera." (Viewed on February 10, 2016) <http://jwa.org/topics/opera>.

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