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Josephine von Artner (1869-1932).

  • Profession: Soprano.
  • Residences: Prague, Hamburg, Vienna.
  • Relation to Mahler: Worked with Gustav Mahler.
  • Correspondence with Mahler:
  • Born: 10-11-1869 Prague, Czech Republic.
  • Died: 07-09-1932 Vienna, Austria. 
  • Buried: 00-00-0000 Unknown.
  1. 1893 Concert Altona 22-11-1893.
  2. 1894 Concert Hamburg 23-03-1894.
  3. 1894 Concert Altona 21-11-1894.
  4. 1895 Concert Hamburg 11-03-1895.
  5. 1895 Concert Hamburg 31-03-1895 (piano).
  6. 1895 Concert Hamburg 12-04-1895.
  7. 1895 Concert Altona 20-11-1895.
  8. 1895 Concert Berlin 13-12-1895 - Symphony No. 2 (Premiere).
  9. 1896 Concert Hamburg 02-04-1896.
  10. 1896 Concert Altona 18-11-1896.
  11. 1897 Concert Hamburg 16-04-1897.

Her real name was Josefine von Artanyi. She was a daughter of a colonel of the Austrian-Hungarian army and the singer Marie von Artner-Grenso. She studied singing under Ludwig Reiss in Vienna and made her debut in 1885 at the Opernhaus in Leipzig. In 1895 she appeared in Berlin as soloist in the premiere of the Symphony No. 2 by Gustav Mahler. Since 1910 she taught singing in Dresden, later in Leipzig. Also her sister Gabriele von Artner (1871-1935) was active as an opera singer (soprano).

Career

  • 1885-1890 Leipzig Opernhaus.
  • 1888 Leipzig Opernhaus Die drei Pintos (Weber) (Premiere).
  • 1890-1893 Wien Hofoper.
  • 1892 Wien Hofoper Ritter Pazmán (Johann Strauss) (Premiere).
  • 1893-1908 Hamburg Stadttheater.
  • 1895 Concert Berlin 13-12-1895 - Symphony No. 2 (Premiere).
  • 1889 Vienna Hofoper.
  • 1896-1906 Bayreuth festival.
  • 1897 Dresden Hofoper.
  • 1898 London Covent Garden Fidelio (Marzelline).
  • 1899 Amsterdam Opera Rheingold (Woglinde) (Premiere).
  • 1901 Berlin Hofoper.
  • 1904 Hamburg Stadttheater Der Kobold (Siegfried Wagner) (Premiere).

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