Henschel, Jane (b California, 1960). Amer. mezzo-soprano. Sang in Gilbert and Sullivan operettas in Los Angeles. Aspen Mus. Fest. 1977 ( Ottavia in L'incoronazione di Poppea). Aachen Opera 1977–80, Wuppertal from 1980, and Dortmund. Sang Brangäne, Amneris, Eboli, and baroque roles ( Vivaldi's Juditha triumphans). Netherlands Opera 1992; CG début 1992; Glyndebourne début 1994.
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