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Mezzo-soprano Denyce Graves talks about her acclaimed career as an opera singer, and about the challenges she’s faced in recent years, including depression, a high-risk pregnancy, and vocal cord surgery. She’s now back on stage, currently appearing in the Washington Opera’s production of "Il Trovatore" — and she’s also the proud mother of a baby girl.
- Denyce Graves Opera singer
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