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Aprile Millo

Aprile Millo came to New York a child prodigy and is a long established and Verdi specialist and bel canto champion. Millo went on to sing for over 15 seasons as the leading soprano of the prestigious Metropolitan Opera's Italian wing. Aida, Don Carlo, Il Trovatore, Un Ballo in Maschera, Luisa Miller, Andrea Chenier, Simon Boccanegra, Ernani, ... See full bio »

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Known For

Un ballo in maschera
Il giovane Toscanini
The Metropolitan Opera Presents


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 1991 Un ballo in maschera (TV Movie)
 1989 The Metropolitan Opera Presents (TV Series)
- Aida (1989) ... Aida
 1988 Il giovane Toscanini
Comparsa (uncredited)
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 1991 The Metropolitan Opera Presents (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
- The Metropolitan Opera Silver Anniversary Gala (1991) ... (performer: "Andrea Chénier: La mamma morta")
 1988 Il giovane Toscanini (performer: "Aida (excerpts)", "Ninna nanna")
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 1988 Il giovane Toscanini (singing voice: Elisabeth Taylor)
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 1999 ABC 2000: The Millennium (TV Special documentary)
 1996 The Metropolitan Opera Presents (TV Series)
- James Levine Gala (1996) ... Herself
 1994 Pavarotti Plus! Sixth Edition (TV Special)

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SONY Classical AIDA with the Metropolitan Opera and James Levine See more »

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Known as April Millo while attending Hollywood High School in mid 1970's. In her final year, April performed the featured roll in the Hollywood High School Spring 1976 musical presentation " Hello Dolly". April added the "e" at the end of her name after graduation. During the school day, April would locate herself in the basement corridor of the main office/class building as her voice rehearsal ... See more »

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