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.


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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