Jessye Norman, Regal American Soprano, Is Dead at 74
A multiple Grammy Award winner, she was a towering figure on the operatic, concert and recital stages.
Jessye Norman, the majestic American soprano who brought a sumptuous, shimmering voice to a broad range of roles at the Metropolitan Opera and houses around the world and had a notable career as a recitalist and soloist with orchestras, died on Monday in New York. She was 74.
The cause was septic shock and multiorgan failure following complications of a spinal cord injury she suffered in 2015, according to a statement released The Associated Press.
A full obituary will follow shortly.