Rigby, Jean (b Fleetwood, 1954). Eng. mezzo-soprano. Won ENO young artists. comp. 1981. Member of ENO from 1982 (début as Mercédès in Carmen). CG début 1983; Glyndebourne 1985. Created Eurydice in The Mask of Orpheus, ENO 1986.
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