Marie Soldat-Roeger (b. Graz (Styria), March 25, 1863, d. Graz (Styria), September 30, 1955) was a violin master and virtuoso active in orchestral and chamber music in the Vienna of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. A pupil of violin master Joseph Joachim, she was born 'Marie Soldat', but in 1889 married a lawyer named Roeger. Marie Soldat-Roeger was discovered by Brahms when she was a girl of 15; for many years she was the only woman to play his violin concerto. In 1895 she founded the celebrated, all-female Soldat-Roeger Quartet, whose viola-player was Natalie Bauer-Lechner.

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  • Marie Soldat-Röger (* 25. März 1863 in Geidorf bei Graz als Maria Ernestine Soldat; † 30. September 1955 in Graz) war eine Violinen-Virtuosin und die erste österreichische Frau, welche die Konzertsäle Europas eroberte. (de)
  • Marie Soldat-Roeger (b. Graz (Styria), March 25, 1863, d. Graz (Styria), September 30, 1955) was a violin master and virtuoso active in orchestral and chamber music in the Vienna of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. A pupil of violin master Joseph Joachim, she was born 'Marie Soldat', but in 1889 married a lawyer named Roeger. Marie Soldat-Roeger was discovered by Brahms when she was a girl of 15; for many years she was the only woman to play his violin concerto. In 1895 she founded the celebrated, all-female Soldat-Roeger Quartet, whose viola-player was Natalie Bauer-Lechner. (en)
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  • Marie Soldat-Röger (* 25. März 1863 in Geidorf bei Graz als Maria Ernestine Soldat; † 30. September 1955 in Graz) war eine Violinen-Virtuosin und die erste österreichische Frau, welche die Konzertsäle Europas eroberte. (de)
  • Marie Soldat-Roeger (b. Graz (Styria), March 25, 1863, d. Graz (Styria), September 30, 1955) was a violin master and virtuoso active in orchestral and chamber music in the Vienna of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. A pupil of violin master Joseph Joachim, she was born 'Marie Soldat', but in 1889 married a lawyer named Roeger. Marie Soldat-Roeger was discovered by Brahms when she was a girl of 15; for many years she was the only woman to play his violin concerto. In 1895 she founded the celebrated, all-female Soldat-Roeger Quartet, whose viola-player was Natalie Bauer-Lechner. (en)
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