Max Alvary (May 3, 1856 – November 7, 1898), born as Maximilian Achenbach, was a German operatic tenor. Born in Düsseldorf, Germany, he was the son of the painter Andreas Achenbach, over whose initial objections he pursued his singing career. He studied in Frankfurt with Julius Stockhausen, and in Milan with Francesco Lamperti. In October 1894, he was seriously injured in a fall while rehearsing Siegfried at Mannheim and never fully recovered; he retired from the stage in 1897. Alvary died in Großtabarz, Thuringia, Germany, in 1898.

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  • Max Alvary (May 3, 1856 – November 7, 1898), born as Maximilian Achenbach, was a German operatic tenor. Born in Düsseldorf, Germany, he was the son of the painter Andreas Achenbach, over whose initial objections he pursued his singing career. He studied in Frankfurt with Julius Stockhausen, and in Milan with Francesco Lamperti. He had a fine dramatic voice and a handsome stage presence, and speedily made a reputation in Germany in the leading roles in Wagnerian opera. From 1885 onwards he also appeared in America and England. On November 9, 1887, Alvary appeared as the title character in the United States premiere of Wagner's Siegfried at the Metropolitan Opera in New York. Vividly embodying Siegfried's youth and fiery individualism, the tenor created a sensation and became an idol of New York opera goers until his departure in 1889. In 1892, his performances as Tristan und Isolde and Siegfried at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, aroused great enthusiasm. In October 1894, he was seriously injured in a fall while rehearsing Siegfried at Mannheim and never fully recovered; he retired from the stage in 1897. Alvary died in Großtabarz, Thuringia, Germany, in 1898. (en)
  • Max Alvary, bürgerlicher Name: Maximilian Achenbach, (* 3. Mai 1851 in Düsseldorf; † 7. November 1898 in Tabarz/Thüringer Wald) war ein deutscher Architekt und Opernsänger (Tenor). (de)
  • Max Alvary, nom de scène de Maximilian Achenbach, né le 3 mai 1856 à Düsseldorf (Empire allemand) et mort le 7 novembre 1898 à Großtabarz, un village de l'entité actuelle de Tabarz/Thüringer Wald, en Thuringe, est un artiste lyrique allemand de tessiture ténor. (fr)
  • Max Alvary, originalmente Maximilian Achenbach, (Düsseldorf, 3 de Maio de 1856 — Großtabarz, Turíngia, 7 de Novembro de 1898) foi um tenor alemão. Era filho do pintor Andreas Achenbach. Estudou em Frankfurt, com Julius Stockhausen, e em Milão com Francesco Lamperti. Dotado de ótima voz de tenor e formosa presença, rapidamente obteve reputação na Alemanha em papéis principais em óperas de Wagner. De 1885 em diante, apresentou-se nos Estados Unidos da América e na Inglaterra. Atingiu seu apogeu em 1892, quando suas apresentações de Tristão e Siegfried, no Covent Garden, causaram grande entusiasmo. Em outubro de 1894 sofreu grave ferimento em uma queda, enquanto ensaiava Siegfried em Mannheim, e nunca se recuperou completamente, aposentando-se dos palcos em 1897. (pt)
  • Макс Альвари, настоящее имя Максимилиан Ахенбах (нем. Max Alvary (3 мая 1856 — 7 ноября 1898) — немецкий оперный певец (героический тенор). (ru)
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  • Max Alvary, bürgerlicher Name: Maximilian Achenbach, (* 3. Mai 1851 in Düsseldorf; † 7. November 1898 in Tabarz/Thüringer Wald) war ein deutscher Architekt und Opernsänger (Tenor). (de)
  • Max Alvary, nom de scène de Maximilian Achenbach, né le 3 mai 1856 à Düsseldorf (Empire allemand) et mort le 7 novembre 1898 à Großtabarz, un village de l'entité actuelle de Tabarz/Thüringer Wald, en Thuringe, est un artiste lyrique allemand de tessiture ténor. (fr)
  • Макс Альвари, настоящее имя Максимилиан Ахенбах (нем. Max Alvary (3 мая 1856 — 7 ноября 1898) — немецкий оперный певец (героический тенор). (ru)
  • Max Alvary (May 3, 1856 – November 7, 1898), born as Maximilian Achenbach, was a German operatic tenor. Born in Düsseldorf, Germany, he was the son of the painter Andreas Achenbach, over whose initial objections he pursued his singing career. He studied in Frankfurt with Julius Stockhausen, and in Milan with Francesco Lamperti. In October 1894, he was seriously injured in a fall while rehearsing Siegfried at Mannheim and never fully recovered; he retired from the stage in 1897. Alvary died in Großtabarz, Thuringia, Germany, in 1898. (en)
  • Max Alvary, originalmente Maximilian Achenbach, (Düsseldorf, 3 de Maio de 1856 — Großtabarz, Turíngia, 7 de Novembro de 1898) foi um tenor alemão. Era filho do pintor Andreas Achenbach. Estudou em Frankfurt, com Julius Stockhausen, e em Milão com Francesco Lamperti. Dotado de ótima voz de tenor e formosa presença, rapidamente obteve reputação na Alemanha em papéis principais em óperas de Wagner. De 1885 em diante, apresentou-se nos Estados Unidos da América e na Inglaterra. Atingiu seu apogeu em 1892, quando suas apresentações de Tristão e Siegfried, no Covent Garden, causaram grande entusiasmo. (pt)
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