- Brice, Carol (1918-1985)
- African-American contralto known for opera and concert performances. She was the first black American to win the Naumberg award. She was awarded a Grammy for a recording of Porgy and Bess. Other recordings include Bach arias, De Falla's El amor brujo, Mahler's Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen, and the operas Regina and Saratoga.
Return to Start