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English soprano.

Wendy Baldwin spent a decade with the Sadler's Wells company through to the early 1970s. Her repertoire concentrated on the light lyric and soubrette repertoire, though her early performances included full lyric parts including Mimì and Countess Almaviva.

By the late sixties she was singing a varied group of roles such as Rosina, Elvira (The Italian Girl in Algiers), Marzelline, Frasquita, Patience, and Lady-in-Waiting (Gloriana).

She created the part of Madame Sciocca in The Violins of Saint-Jacques (Williamson 1966).

Roles in Scotland

Mimì a seamstress
Bohème 1961
Countess Almaviva
Nozze di Figaro 1961
Mařenka their daughter
Bartered Bride 1962
Pamina daughter of the Queen of Night
Zauberflöte 1963
Marguerite
Faust 1964
Agathe Cuno's daughter
Freischütz 1965
Zerlina a peasant girl
Don Giovanni 1968
Elvira wife of Mustafà
Italiana in Algeri 1968
Patience a Dairy Maid
Patience 1969
Frasquita a gypsy, Carmen’s friend
Carmen 1972

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