Greatest Opera Singers

Greatest Opera Singers

Saturday, July 25, 2015

Alexander Miltschinoff (Tenor) (Sofia, Bulgaria 22. 04. 1907 - Vienna, Austria ?)

He received his education at the Music Academy in Vienna and began his stage career at theOpernhaus in Liegnitz. He made guest appearances in FranceItalyBelgiumSwitzerland andYugoslavia. His repertoire included Florestan in ‘’Fidelio’’, Tannhäuser, Otello, Cavaradossi in ‘’Tosca’’, Canio in ‘’Pagliacci’’, Duke in ‘’Rigoletto’’, Don Carlo, Fra Diavolo, Don José in ‘’Carmen’’, Dimitri in ‘’Boris Godunov’’, Pedro in "Tiefland" and Tamino in "Zauberflöte". In 1956 he left Dresdenand sat down in Vienna. Since 1958 he worked as a professor at the Wiener Musikhochschule.

Chronology of some appearances

1940-1941 Liegnitz Opernhaus
1941-1942  Wroclaw Opernhaus
1942-1944 Nuremberg Opernhaus
1947-1948 München Theater am Gärtnerplatz
1950 Dresden Staatsoper
1950 Berlin Staatsoperette


Africana (Meyerbeer): O paradiso 035710 035710
Boheme (Puccini): Che gelida manina E 3759 035711

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