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Dolora Zajick (pronounced ZAH jick) (born 24 March 1952 in Salem,
Oregon) is an American mezzo-soprano who specializes in the Verdian
repertoire. Zajick is arguably the leading exponent in the dramatic
Verdian mezzo-soprano repertoire. Oregon-born but Nevada-raised,
Zajick studied voice with Ted Puffer, whom she credits with
developing her vocal technique and guiding her in career moves,
especially early in her performing career. She graduated from the
University of Nevada with a Bachelor's and a Master's degree in
music before going to New York for further music studies at the
Manhattan School of Music. After winning the Bronze Medal at the
7th International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow and being
accepted in the San Francisco Opera's Merola Program, she debuted
with the San Francisco Opera as Azucena in Il trovatore which
launched her to international stardom.
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