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Márie von Rabatinsky by Unknown

Márie von Rabatinsky by Unknown
Márie von Rabatinsky (1841-?); Hungarian soprano.

She started her vocal training in Budapest and then continued in Vienna. From 1861-1866 she was engaged at the "Nationaltheater von Budapest". Here she performed the role of the page Oscar in the Hungarian première of Verdi's "Un ballo in maschera" in 1861. In 1866 she was engaged at the "Wiener Hofoper" as a successor of the famous soprano Ilma de Murska. Here she achieved great successes as Queen Marguerite in "Les Huguenots", Ines in "L'Africaine", Mathilde in "Guillaume Tell" and other coloratura parts. In 1871 she performed at the Viennese première of Wagner's "Rienzi" the role of Irene. In 1869 she made guest appearances at "Hoftheater von Wiesbaden". In 1872 she married a factory owner from Nordhausen (Thüringen) and in 1873 she gave up her promising career.

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