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Discover the greatest composers and performers - past and present – who’ve drawn on, and continued, Wales’ great vocal, choral and instrumental tradition.
Jones shot to fame in 1964 when she stood in for Leontyne Price in Verdi's 'Il trovatore' at the Royal Opera. She went on to appear at almost every major opera house in the world, including 93 appearances at the Met, singing 11 parts in 10 operas. She was made a CBE in 1976 and a Dame in 1986. She is pictured here in 1984 singing 'Turandot' with Placido Domingo in Los Angeles.
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