- Associated Press - Monday, January 30, 2012

NEW YORK (AP) - Soprano Angela Meade has won the Beverly Sills Artist Award for young singers.

The annual award, which carries a $50,000 prize, was announced Monday. It is given to singers from 25-40.

Meade sings Elvira on Thursday in the opening of the Met’s revival of Verdi’s “Ernani,” the role she sang for her company debut in 2008.

Previous winners include Nathan Gunn (2006), mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato (2007), tenor Matthew Polenzani (2008), bass John Relyea (2009), soprano Susanna Phillips (2010) and mezzo-soprano Isabel Leonard (2011).


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