Opera singer Mark Lundberg dead at ag...

Opera singer Mark Lundberg dead at age 50

There are 4 comments on the International Herald Tribune story from Aug 20, 2008, titled Opera singer Mark Lundberg dead at age 50. In it, International Herald Tribune reports that:

NEW YORK : An opera singer whose voice was so versatile he was able to compete as a bass, baritone and tenor has died at age 50.

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dee dee

Newark, NJ

#1 Aug 24, 2008
Mark was a sensational talent and a dear friend.He loved his family, his friends and a good joke. A talented cook, fisherman and devoted churchman.
He loved playing bridge. The passion he brought to his singing was enormous and genuine.
Sleep well dear friend.
Christina L

Chicago, IL

#2 Sep 28, 2008
He was an amazing person, with kind eyes and a good heart. Those of us left behind miss his voice, his laugh, and his spirit. He loved monopoly, hearts, and the beach with his family and friends. We love you dad, we miss you.

Paterson, NJ

#3 Jan 5, 2009
Mark was a big man, with a heart to match his size. He was very kind and giving to a fault. His voice was his true passion and he didn't know how to do anything small. He sang at all the major opera houses in the world......and should be remembered for this achievement.
To tell the truth

Fairfax, VA

#4 Nov 21, 2011
Mark was a big guy and he apparently caught up to his size emotionally in adulthood.
As a student at what is now the Jacobs School
he really wanted to be a master of much and had the imagination and even pretense to assume that he was
already a player, to the amusement of peers and the already playing,- so to speak.
Perhaps this served him well when the real world came calling.
His physical stature and voice made it almost a given that he would get his foot in the door.
He was bigger than life and it looks like he used all that energy and hopes for stardom to achieve much and adapt well.

We knew him as a Bass and he loved to think of himself that way at the time because I think he felt it conferred on him a maturity and gravitas he had yet to realize but was trying to portray.
Well, he got there it looks like and as a Tenor for heavens sake.

Can't believe he is really gone (just from this realm)

God Bless and give you rest Mark


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