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Austral, Florence, (26 April 1894–16 May 1968), Dramatic Soprano, Grand Opera and Concert Artist, retd  

Born Richmond, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 26 April 1894; m 1925, John Amadio (d 1964), solo flautist; no c; died 16 May 1968

Dramatic Soprano, Grand Opera and Concert Artist, retd...


Bjørnson, Maria Elena, (16 Feb. 1949–13 Dec. 2002), theatre designer, since 1969  

Born Paris, 16 Feb. 1949; d of Bjørn Bjørnson and Maria Prodan; died 13 Dec. 2002

theatre designer, since 1969

Byam Shaw Sch. of Art (Pre-Dip); Central Sch. of Art and Design (MA)...


Carmichael, Mary, (1850–17 March 1935), composer and accompanist  

Born Birkenhead, Cheshire, 1850; died 17 March 1935

composer and accompanist

Aix-la-Chapelle, Bonn, Lausanne

Musical studies, London (Ebenezer Prout), Munich (Heinrich Porges); has accompanied most of the principal singers and violinists...


Harker, Mrs Allen, (Lizzie), (died 14 April 1933), novelist  

Born Gloucester; oc of late William Watson, Edinburgh; m late Prof. James Allen Harker, Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester; two s; died 14 April 1933



Lalandi-Emery, Lina, (Mrs Ralph Emery), (13 July 1920–8 June 2012), Director, English Bach Festival, since 1962  

OBE 1975

Born Athens, 13 July 1920; d of late Nikolas Kaloyeropoulos (former Dir of Byzantine Museum, Athens, and Dir of Beaux Arts, Min. of Educn, Athens) and Toula Gelekis; ...


Rutland, (Marion Margaret) Violet, Duchess of, (died 27 Dec. 1937), artist  

Born d of Col Hon. C. H. Lindsay, CB (3rd s of 7th Earl of Balcarres and 24th of Crawford), and Emelia, d of Hon. Very Rev. Henry M. Browne, of Lord Kilmaine; ...


Sills, Beverly, (Mrs P. B. Greenough), (25 May 1929–2 July 2007), Chairman, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, 1994–2002; Director, New York City Opera, 1979–88; former leading soprano, New York City Opera and Metropolitan Opera  

Born 25 May 1929; d of late Morris Silverman and of Sonia Bahn; née Belle Miriam Silverman; m 1956, Peter B. Greenough (d 2006); one s one d...