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Delphine Ugalde by Ken (5)

Delphine Ugalde by Ken (5)
Delphine Ugalde, born Beaucé (1829-1910); French soprano. At the age of 11 she already performed in a concert with great singers as Rubini, Tamburini and Lablache. In 1848 she made her debut at the Opéra-Comique as Angela in Auber's "Le Domino noir". During her career she created 21 première-roles. In 1871 she left the stage and worked as a voice-teacher; her most famous pupils were her own daughter Marguerite and Marie Sasse.

On the photo she is seen as Gil Blas in Sermet's eponymous opera.