American-born soprano Felicia Weathers is normally a indigenous of St. Louis, MO. Weathers examined tone of voice at the School of Indiana at Bloomington with Charles Kullman, but continuing her span of research in European countries; she produced her debut in Kiel in 1961. Weathers started in 1963 a link using the Hamburg Condition Opera that lasted until 1970, and nearly all her profession was focused in Germany; Weathers documented for the German branch of Decca. Weathers do sing for the Chicago Lyric Opera in the 1960s, made an appearance in assignments at Covent Backyard, and produced her Metropolitan Opera debut in 1965, but voluntarily finished her opera profession in 1972, reputedly due to pressure on the tone of voice. She has continued to be energetic in German-speaking lands since, as a instructor, recitalist, so that as a popular superstar.