Dorow, Dorothy (b London, 1930). Eng. soprano. Exponent of 20th-cent. mus., singing in London from 1958. Sang in Brit. première of Schoenberg's Herzgewächse (1960) and of works by Birtwistle, Nono, Maderna, Dallapiccola, Ligeti, Boulez, Goehr, and Bennett. Sang Hilda Mack in f. Brit. p. of Henze's Elegy for Young Lovers, Glyndebourne 1961. Lived in Sweden 1963–77, Holland from 1977. CG début 1983. Has taught at cons. in Holland.
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