Mignon Dunn Net Worth

Mignon Dunn Net Worth is
$1.5 Million

Mignon Dunn Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Mignon Dunn (born in Memphis, Tennessee, on June 17, 1931) is a leading American dramatic mezzo-soprano. She made her official debut, in the title role of Carmen, on September 8, 1955, with the Experimental Opera Theatre of America/New Orleans Opera Association, with Norman Treigle in his first Escamillo, conducted by Renato Cellini, and directed by Armando Agnini.In 1956, Dunn made her first appearance with the New York City Opera, in a small role in Troilus and Cressida, and sang with that company again in 1957, then in 1972 (Carmen) and 1975. The mezzo-soprano made the first of her 653 appearances with the Metropolitan Opera in 1958, as the Nourrice in Boris Godunov, conducted by Dmitri Mitropoulos. She went on to portray a great variety of roles with that company; her final performance there was as Klytemnästra, in Elektra, in 1994.Dunn also sang with the Teatro alla Scala, Vienna Staatsoper, Covent Garden, Paris Opéra, Bolshoi Opera, Teatro Colón, and the Verona Arena (Carmen, directed by Luca Ronconi, 1970). She was married to Austrian conductor Kurt Klippstätter from 1972 until his death in January 2000.
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthJune 17, 1931
Place Of BirthMemphis, Tennessee, USA
Star SignGemini
1Opera singer (mezzo-soprano), a mainstay at the Metropolitan, she has performed virtually every important mezzo role, and her extensive career has included engagements with most of the leading opera companies.


Un Ballo in Maschera1984TV MovieUlrika
Le trouvère1981TV MovieAzucena
La femme sans ombre1980TV MovieLa nourrice
The Metropolitan Opera Presents1980TV SeriesKlytemnästra


The Metropolitan Opera: Centennial Gala1983TV SpecialSoprano

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