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Elisa Frandin by Lieure

Elisa Frandin by Lieure
Elisa Frandin as Mignon 'Mignon" Thomas 1884
ELISA FRANDIN
(Lison Frandin)
(1854-1911)
Finnish Soprano
Studied at the Paris Conservatoire her main teacher was the famous bass Obin. In 1881 she made ​​her debut in Cairo as Mignon , Carmen , and Rosa Friquet of Dragoons of Villars , In 1882 she was engaged at the Opera-Comique in Paris, where she was the first performer of Malika in Lakme by Delibes. In November 1883 she sang in Italian at the Carcano in Milan as Mignon . She sang in Argentina in Rome, Naples , at the Regio of Parma, Trieste Harmony in 1884, where she brought for the first time Carmen , She was an interpreter of all the major lyrical scenes Navarraise Massenet's Cavalleria, Pagliacci, Amico Fritz, Martyr (Samara ) Herodias, Aida and Margherita of Mephistopheles . Left the stage at La Fenice in Venice in May 1897 with Boheme by Leoncavallo. Venice. She died in Milan January 24, 1911, where since 1906 she had opened a school of singing and performing art.


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