Personalities | Rosa Ponselle | Modern Era | Classical
Ponselle’s first appearance on stage was opposite Caruso in Verdi’s La forza del destino at the Metropolitan Opera in 1918. She sang there regularly till 1937, mostly in nineteenth-century Italian opera; she did not sing Puccini. Her most celebrated role was Norma, with which she made her debut at Covent Garden in 1929.
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