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  • Carlo Albani (1872 - 1924)
    Carlo Albani , born Charles (Carlo) Berquier, in 1872 in Trieste, Italy, was an Italian operatic tenor. He was born into an Italian-French family. He studied singing in Paris under the famous pedagog...
  • Montserrat Martí
    Wikipedia
  • Bernabé Martí (1928 - 2022)
    Wikipedia
  • Mark Osipovich Reizen (1895 - 1992)
    Mark Osipovich Reizen, also Reisen or Reyzen (Russian: Марк Осипович Рейзен, 3 July 1895 Ukraine – November 25, 1992) was a leading Ukrainian-born Soviet opera singer with a beautiful and expansive bas...
  • Cynthia Hansell-Bakic (1949 - 2021)
    Cynthia Hansell-Bakić (1949 - 2021)== Cynthia Hansell-Bakić, američka pjevačica, sopran, naturalizirana u Hrvatskoj (Arlington, Virginia, SAD, 7. VI. 1949). Pjevanje studirala na New England Conservato...
  • Historical persons behind the opera characters
  • Performers and collaborators of the first premieres
  • Friends and supporters of Verdi
  • Performers most liked by Giuseppe Verdi and his wife Giuseppina Strepponi
  • Greatest performers after Verdi's times
  • Operas are in chronologiical order. Click open from the list. Persons are sorted by role and birth year.
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  • If a performer or other production contributor has an outstanding international career, the profile can be added to the role lists of operas. This is helped by a role/work list in the profile overview section. Verdi Gallery has a special love for comprimarios and soubrettes. You may also start a new project discussion.

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