Breanna Sinclairé becomes first trans person to perform National Anthem at MLB Game

Breanna Sinclairé becomes first trans person to perform National Anthem at MLB Game

Soprano Breanna Sinclairé became the first transgender person to sing the national anthem at a Major League Baseball game Wednesday night at the Oakland Coliseum.

It was only the second game Sinclairé ever attended, but the classically trained soprano, who has a 4½-octave range, broke new ground before the Oakland A’s game with the San Diego Padres at the A’s LGBT Pride night.

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Sinclairé is a native of Baltimore who is also the first trans graduate of the San Francisco Conservatory of Music’s classical voice program.

Via: SF Gate.

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