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August Stoll by Bude

August Stoll by Bude
August Stoll (1853-1918); Transylvanian tenor.
He was the son of tenor Peter Stoll (1813-1888) who was engaged at the Budapest Opera as “first tenor” for 33 years. His father was also his singing teacher. In 1869 he made his debut as a choir singer in Ljubljana. For 4 years he performed both as an actor and as an operetta singer in Bozen, Pressburg, Olmütz and Vienna. In 1873 he returned to Ljubljana, but this time as an opera singer. In 1875/84 he was engaged at the “Deutsche Theater” in Prague where he was very successful. In 1884 he went to Vienna; first at the “Theater an der Wien” and from 1888 on at the “Hofoper”. From 1890 until 1901 he was a professor at the Vienna Conservatory. He composed several vocal works and an operetta “Die Georginen”.