Beverly Sills - From First note to last

Beverly Sills
May 25, 1929 - July 2, 2007

Opera soprano Beverly Sills, called "America's Queen of Opera" by Time Magazine, and known as "Bubbles" to her fans, was the face of opera for millions through her public performances, recordings and broadcasts during a singing career of more than four decades.

After retiring in 1980, she stayed in the public eye for the next three decades as head of music organizations, host of public television specials, and as chairperson for national charities. With her death in 2007, the opera  world lost one of its most visible and endearing supporters.

This web site is dedicated to preserving the artistry and humanity of Beverly Sills, offering an in-depth look at her life and career through print, sound and video. Whether you are a long-time fan or just discovering her, this web site provides useful and entertaining information, verified in the most authoritative resources.

Although this is a non-commercial tribute site not officially connected with any of Sills' family, recording companies or former managers and agencies, it is the most comprehensive on the Internet, maintained to keep alive the memory of this beloved artist.