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Elisabeth Söderström as Condesa Almaviva in Le nozze di Figaro

Elisabeth Söderström as Condesa Almaviva in Le nozze di Figaro

maria callas

maria callas

Giulini

Giulini

Elisabeth Soderstrom

Elisabeth Soderstrom

Otello - Domingo and Fleming, 1995 Metropolitan Opera House

Otello - Domingo and Fleming, 1995 Metropolitan Opera House

Elisabeth Söderström (1927– 2009) was a Swedish soprano was known as a leading interpreter of the works of Janáček, Rachmaninov and Sibelius. She was well known for her recordings of the roles in the  Janáček operas Jenůfa, Káťa Kabanová, and The Makropoulos Affair,. The critic John Warrack described her portrayal of Káťa as "establishing by an infinity of subtle touches and discreet, sensitive singing the picture of Káta as the richest and most human character in the drama."

Elisabeth Söderström (1927– 2009) was a Swedish soprano was known as a leading interpreter of the works of Janáček, Rachmaninov and Sibelius. She was well known for her recordings of the roles in the Janáček operas Jenůfa, Káťa Kabanová, and The Makropoulos Affair,. The critic John Warrack described her portrayal of Káťa as "establishing by an infinity of subtle touches and discreet, sensitive singing the picture of Káta as the richest and most human character in the drama."

Elisabeth Söderström as Susanna in Mozart' s Le Nozze di Figaro

Elisabeth Söderström as Susanna in Mozart' s Le Nozze di Figaro

Pia Tassinari (1903-1995) was an Italian soprano/ mezzo-soprano, particularly associated with the Italian and French repertories. She  debuted in 1929, as Mimi, in Casale Monferrato. She sang widely in Italy before making her debut at La Scala in Milan in 1932. She also appeared in Russia and South America, and made her debut at the MET in 1947, as Tosca. She sang a wide range of roles. In the 1950s, as her voice darkened, she tackled successfully mezzo-soprano roles.

Pia Tassinari (1903-1995) was an Italian soprano/ mezzo-soprano, particularly associated with the Italian and French repertories. She debuted in 1929, as Mimi, in Casale Monferrato. She sang widely in Italy before making her debut at La Scala in Milan in 1932. She also appeared in Russia and South America, and made her debut at the MET in 1947, as Tosca. She sang a wide range of roles. In the 1950s, as her voice darkened, she tackled successfully mezzo-soprano roles.

Le Nozze di Figaro - Bass Ildar Abdrazakov

Le Nozze di Figaro Opens at the Metropolitan Opera

Le Nozze di Figaro - Bass Ildar Abdrazakov

Marilyn Horne

Marilyn Horne

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