Gustav-Mahler.eu

No photo.

  • Profession: Baritone.
  • Relation to Mahler: Worked with Gustav Mahler.
  • Correspondence with Mahler:
  • Born: 26-12-1866 Kischineff, Moldavia.
  • Died: 27-04-1938 Chicago, America.
  • Buried: 00-00-0000 
  1. 1908 Opera New York 01-01-1908.
  2. 1908 Opera New York 09-01-1908.
  3. 1908 Opera New York 18-01-1908.
  4. 1908 Opera New York 24-01-1908.
  5. 1908 Opera Philadelphia 28-01-1908.
  6. 1908 Opera New York 03-02-1908.
  7. 1908 Opera New York 03-04-1908.
  8. 1908 Opera Boston 09-04-1908.
  9. 1908 Opera Boston 11-04-1908.
  10. 1908 Opera New York 23-12-1908.
  11. 1909 Opera New York 04-01-1909.
  12. 1909 Opera Philadelphia 07-01-1909.
  13. 1909 Opera New York 19-02-1909.
  14. 1909 Opera New York 20-02-1909.
  15. 1909 Opera New York 22-02-1909.
  16. 1909 Opera Philadelphia 25-02-1909.
  17. 1909 Opera New York 06-03-1909.
  18. 1909 Opera New York 11-03-1909.
  19. 1909 Opera New York 12-03-1909.
  20. 1909 Opera Brooklyn 15-03-1909.
  21. 1909 Opera New York 17-03-1909.
  22. 1910 Opera New York 05-03-1910.
  23. 1910 Opera New York 09-03-1910.
  24. 1910 Opera New York 17-03-1910.
  25. 1910 Opera New York 21-03-1910 (Last opera conducted by Gustav Mahler).

He was born into jewish family. His real name was Alter Milman. During three years he received singing lessons by a Jewish choirmaster and as a member of choir he sang in the synagogue of Odessa. In 1887 he went to Vienna to continue his education.

In 1890 he made his debut at the German Theater in Rotterdam, remained there for a season and sang in the 1891-1892 season at the Opernhaus in Düsseldorf. In the 1892-1898 seasons he joined to the Theater in Wroclaw. In 1898 he became a member of the Metropolitan Opera in New York. During the following twelve years he appeared there in a huge number of parts.

In the 1899-1903 seasons he made guest appearances at Covent Garden in London. In 1902 he sang at Hofoper in Wien. As a guest Mühlmann also performed at the Court Opera of St. Petersburg. In North America he sang at the opera houses of Boston, Chicago, Pittsburgh and Philadelphia.

After ending of his stage career he sat down in Chicago as pedagogue and music critic. His repertoire included Pizarro in ‘’Fidelio’’, Telramund in ‘’Lohengrin’’, Wolfram in ‘’Tannhäuser’’, Kothner in "Meistersingern", Gunther in "Götterdämmerung", father in ‘’Hansel and Gretel’’ etc. 

Chronology of some appearances:

  • 1890 Rotterdam - German Theater.
  • 1891-1892 Düsseldorf - Opernhaus.
  • 1892-1898 Wroclaw - Theater.
  • 1898-1910 New York - Metropolitan Opera.
  • 1899-1903 London - Covent Garden.
  • 1902 Vienna - Hofoper.