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Kiri Te Kanawa Talks About Her Suspicion Of Talent Contests

June 11, 2013

"There's got to be a period of study, from age 16 to 22, and then it moves along. You can't just think: 'Oh, I can sing in the bathroom, I'll be fine tonight on stage.' Not at all. There is such a demand on the voice for it to be able to produce night after night." The Guardian (UK) 06/10/13

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