Aida's Brothers & Sisters: Black Voices in Opera and Concert
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Aida's Brothers & Sisters: Black Voices in Opera and Concert
This film features accomplished African-Americans discussing the special challenges they face while establishing opera singing careers, and historians recalling the difficult professional lives of stars like Paul Robeson and Marian Anderson. Clips featuring such talented performers as Grace Bumbry, Simon Estes, Barbara Hendricks, George Shirley, and Rei Grist provide strong evidence of the special contributions that black opera stars continue making to their field. Additional segments note that though discrimination continues against African-Americans trying to start opera careers, excellent… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Disappointing documentary on African-American opera singers."
‑ Phil Hall, Film Threat