Died: January 18, 1943, Perm, Urals
Russian opera, soprano vocalist.
She studied three years in St. Petersburg with Z. P. Grenning-Vilde, then approximately four years she studied in Milan with S. Ronconi and in Paris with Saint-Yves-Bax and De-Laborde.
From 1892 to 1912 she was a soloist of the Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg where she made her debut as Margherita in ‘’Gli Ugonotti’’ of Meyerbeer. During of her career she also performed in Orel, Tambov, Odessa, at the Moscow Bolshoi Theatre (1902), Vladivostok (1903), Kharkov, in the cities of Sibir (1909). She made guest appearances in Prague (1903), Bulgaria, Serbia, Greece, Austria and Japan.