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Warfield, William



William Caesar Warfield (22 January 1920 – 26 August 2002), was an American concert bass-baritone singer and actor. One of his earliest professional engagements was in Marc Blitzstein's Broadway opera, Regina. His breakthrough came when he gave his recital debut in New York's Town Hall in 1950. He went on to produce a highly acclaimed album of selections from Porgy and Bess with Leontyne Price in 1963.

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

23rd year, 26th program, IAA Orchestra, William Warfield, 1984-10-20

Identifier: 43825000116136

Interlochen Arts Academy, Interlochen Arts Academy Orchestra, 1984, Brahms, Tchaikovsky

Dates: 1984-10-20

49th season, 191st program, University Wind Ensemble, 1976-08-03

Identifier: 43825000001544

National Music Camp, University Wind Ensemble, 1976, Warfield, Bilik

Dates: 1976-08-03

William Warfield Photos

Scope and Contents note From the Fonds: Photography has always been important to the National Music Camp, and photos exist from the earliest years of the Camp. Beginning in circa 1944, a concerted effort was made each year to fully document camp life. A professional photographer was on site throughout the season, taking high quality, usually staged, photographs. These consisted of group shots of each of the camper cabins, and numerous individual shots of campers and instructors. These photos were developed on-site in the campus...
Dates: 2018-07-27

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