Ruby "Jeanne" Gordon was a Canadian opera singer active during the early 1900s.
Gordon was born in Wallaceburg, Ontario, Canada in 1884 and died in Macon, Missouri on 22 February 1952. Ruby got her big break in July 1919. She was called to New York and offered a three year Metropolitan Opera contract by Giulio Gatti-Casazza. Shortly after signing her contract she changed her name to "Jeanne" Gordon. Her debut performance was as Azucena in Il trovatore. In 1919, she created the roles of the Fairy and Mme Berlingot in L'oiseau bleu by Albert Wolff in its world premiere. She made guest appearances with the Opéra de Monte-Carlo in 1928.
- McPherson, James B.,"Gordon, Jeanne", The Canadian Encyclopedia
- Mann, Alan and Frank. Settlement on The Sydenham: The Story of Wallaceburg. Wallaceburg: Standard Press, 1984, 16-17.
- Metropolitan Opera, Gordon, Jeanne (Mezzo Soprano) MetOpera Database
Closest living relatives: Linda Boyle, Richard Lozon and Rachel Lozon children of Pamela Jean Gordon and Richard Gerrard Lozon
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