Elena Drăgulinescu-Stinghe

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Romanian operatic soprano vocals
✰ December 8th, 1881, Ploiești, România
✞ December 2nd, 1970, București, România
1901-1906 studied singing at the București Conservatory with Charlota Laria (singing), Dumitru Georgescu-Kiriac (theory, solfeggio, harmony, choir), C. Flesch (violin) and Aristizza Romanescu (dicțiune)
Additionally studied singing with famous soprano Elena Teodorini
1902 her debut at the București National Theatre as Philine in ‘’Mignon’’ opera and performed untill 1909
1909-1914 performed with success in Paris and other french cities
During the First World War returned to România
1914-1915 season, was a soloist at the București Opera
1916-1918 season, was a soloist at the Iași Opera
1927-1928 season, was a soloist at the Cluj Opera
Was București Opera lead singer for almost two decades, with exception of one year (1927-1928)
1940 retired from the stage and taught private lessons of singing
1946-1948 taught private lessons of singing at the Conservatory "Astra" in București
1965 released her autobiography book called ''Amintiri''
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Elena Drăgulinescu-Stinghe Discography Tracks

Singles & EPs

2932., 2933. Elena Drăgulinescu-Stinghe - Caro Nome / Ochi Albaștrii's Drăgălași album art D - șoara Dragulinescu* Caro Nome / Ochi Albaștrii's Drăgălași(Shellac, 10") Arena Record, Arena Record 2932., 2933. Romania Unknown Sell This Version
50598, 50600 Elena Drăgulinescu-Stinghe - Măndro Unde Ǐnserezi / Ana Lugoșana album art D-ra Drăgulinescu* Măndro Unde Ǐnserezi / Ana Lugoșana(Shellac, 10") Beka-Grand-Record, Beka-Grand-Record 50598, 50600 Romania Unknown Sell This Version