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Links: Laurie Anderson, Thomas Hampson, Idina Menzel

In Saturday's Washington Post: Three iconic American vocal artists who have very little in common (or do they?).

Anderson brings "Delusion" to Clarice Smith Center, by Anne Midgette.

Hampson thrills with Mahler, American songs, by Cecelia Porter.

Idina Menzel, positively Mermanesque, by Nelson Pressley.

By Anne Midgette  | October 30, 2010; 11:55 AM ET
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