Diana Eustrati

Profile:
Greek mezzo-soprano born in 22 October 1916, Andors (Greece).
She studied singing at the Royal College of Music in Athens and, in 1940, made her operatic debut in that city, at the Royal Opera House, remaining there until 1948, after what she sang at the Berlin Comic Opera for many years and, between 1950 and 1959, was a member of the Berlin State Opera.
Her operatic roles included Carmen, Eboli in Don Carlo, Leonora in La Favorita, Dalila in Samson and Dalila, Azucena in Il Trovatore, Meg Page in Falstaff, Fricka in Der Ring des Nibelungen, Octavian in Rosenkavalier and also appeared in the première of Paul Dessau's opera The Trial of Lukullus at the Berlin State Opera in 1951.
Important conductors with whom she worked included Abendroth, Lehmann and Fricsay.
Diana Eustrati's recordings appear on the Ariola, Eterna, Royale, Supraphon, His Master's Voice, Les Discophiles Français and Deutsche Grammophon labels.
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Albums

Diana Eustrati - St. Matthew Passion (Unabridged) album art Fritz Lehmann, Bach* - Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Elfride Trötschel, Diana Eutrati*, Friedrich Haertel, Helmut Krebs, Boys Choir Of St. Hedwig's Cathedral*, Orchestra Of The Berlin Radio*, Chorus Of The Berlin Radio* Fritz Lehmann, Bach* - Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Elfride Trötschel, Diana Eutrati*, Friedrich Haertel, Helmut Krebs, Boys Choir Of St. Hedwig's Cathedral*, Orchestra Of The Berlin Radio*, Chorus Of The Berlin Radio* - St. Matthew Passion (Unabridged) (Album) Vox (6), Vox (6), Les Discophiles Français US 1949 Sell This Version
Diana Eustrati - Liebeszauber - Tänze Aus "Der Dreispitz" album art Manuel De Falla / Diana Eustrati, Fritz Lehmann, Berliner Philharmoniker Manuel De Falla / Diana Eustrati, Fritz Lehmann, Berliner Philharmoniker - Liebeszauber - Tänze Aus "Der Dreispitz" Deutsche Grammophon Australia 1954 Sell This Version
Diana Eustrati - Schubert's Rosamunde (Incidental Music) and Overture "The Magic Harp" - Serenade, Op. 135 - Psalm 23, Op. 132 album art Schubert* - Diana Eustrati, Berlin Motet Choir*, Michael Raucheisen - Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra*, Fritz Lehmann Schubert* - Diana Eustrati, Berlin Motet Choir*, Michael Raucheisen - Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra*, Fritz Lehmann - Schubert's Rosamunde (Incidental Music) and Overture "The Magic Harp" - Serenade, Op. 135 - Psalm 23, Op. 132 Decca, Decca, Decca US 1957 Sell This Version
BLPV 218/219 Diana Eustrati - Symphony No 9 In D Minor Op. 125 "Choral",  Symphony No 1 In C Major Op. 21 album art Beethoven*A. Schlemm*, D. Eustrati*, G. Lutze*, K. Paul*, Leipzig Radio Symphony Orchestra* , Conductor Hermann Abendroth Beethoven*A. Schlemm*, D. Eustrati*, G. Lutze*, K. Paul*, Leipzig Radio Symphony Orchestra* , Conductor Hermann Abendroth - Symphony No 9 In D Minor Op. 125 "Choral", Symphony No 1 In C Major Op. 21(2xLP, Mono + Box) Supraphon, Artia BLPV 218/219 Czechoslovakia Unknown Sell This Version
DL 8516 Diana Eustrati - Mendelssohn / A Midsummer Night's Dream album art Berliner Philharmoniker, Ferenc Fricsay, RIAS-Kammerchor, Rita Streich, Diana Eustrati, Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy Berliner Philharmoniker, Ferenc Fricsay, RIAS-Kammerchor, Rita Streich, Diana Eustrati, Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy - Mendelssohn / A Midsummer Night's Dream(LP, Mono) Decca DL 8516 US Unknown Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

E30075 Diana Eustrati - Prolog (aus "Der Bajazzo") & Euren Toast kann ich wohl erwidern (aus "Carmen") / "Die Stimme seines Herrn" album art Josef Metternich, Lisa Otto, Rosl Schaffrian, Diana Eustrati, Ruggiero Leoncavallo, Wilhelm Schüchter, Georges Bizet Josef Metternich, Lisa Otto, Rosl Schaffrian, Diana Eustrati, Ruggiero Leoncavallo, Wilhelm Schüchter, Georges Bizet - Prolog (aus "Der Bajazzo") & Euren Toast kann ich wohl erwidern (aus "Carmen") / "Die Stimme seines Herrn"(7") Electrola E30075 Germany Unknown Sell This Version