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Ferdinand Bohlig by Laurent
Ferdinand Bohlig (1838-1913); German tenor.
He started his singing career in 1860 in the chorus of the “Hofoper von München”. Here he made his debut in 1862 as Gomez in “Das Nachtlager von Granada”. He remained at Munich until 1865. From 1865/79 he was engaged at Breslau, Mainz, Schwerin, Köln, Königsberg, Düsseldorfn and Elberfeld-Barmen. He sang lyric roles such as George Brown in “La Dame Blanche”, Hüon in “Oberon”, Dr. Faust in “Faust” , the steersman in “Der Fliegende Holländer” and the Duke in “Rigoletto”. He also sang more dramatic roles such as Eleazar in “La Juive” and Raoul in “Les Huguenots”.