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Reneé Fleming (right) and Susan Graham — two "cheerful Americans" often mistaken for each other — are planning an intimate evening of French song. Craig T. Mathew/Mathew Imaging hide caption

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Reneé Fleming And Susan Graham At Carnegie Hall

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Mon coeur s'ouvre a ta voix

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Classical Teens: Making Music in Maryland

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Teen Singers Shine in Houston

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Maria Callas, The Legend Who Lived for Her Art

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Trucker Turned Tenor Sings 'Samson'

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Yes, even in the straight-laced world of classical music, one can find all manner of hoodwinking and horseplay. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Classical Cutups For April Fools' Day

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