Partridge, Ian (b Wimbledon, 1938). Eng. tenor. Began career as accompanist, but sang in Westminster Cath. Choir 1958–62. Début Bexhill 1958. Lieder recitalist and specialist in Eng. songs. CG début 1969 (Iopas in Les Troyens). Salzburg Fest. début 1989. Often acc. at pf. by his sister Jennifer (b New Malden, 1942). CBE 1991.
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