Death of a breakthrough soprano

Camilla Williams was the first African-American to play a star role with a mainstream US company when she played Madam Butterfly with New York City Opera on May 15, 1946. She has died in Bloomington, Ind., aged 92. Her memory will live on as a blessing.

Camilla Williams Dies

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