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Max Staegemann by Giere

Max Staegemann by Giere
Max Staegemann (1843-1905); German baritone.
He started his career in 1863 at the “Hoftheater von Hannover”. After a year of study he returned to Hannover and was engaged there from 1865 until 1876. His most successful role was Don Giovanni. In 1876 he was engaged at the “Theater von Königsberg” both as singer and as stage director. In 1882 he became director of the “Stadttheater von Leipzig”, that flourished as never before under his nearly 20-year leadership. His son Waldemar Staegemann (1879-1956) was also a (baritone) opera singer and his daughter Helene Staegemann (1877-1923) was a well known (soprano) concert singer.

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