Meta Seinemeyer (September 5, 1895 – August 19, 1929) was a German opera singer with a spinto soprano voice. Seinemeyer was born in Berlin, where she studied at the Stern Conservatory with Ernst Grenzebach. She made her debut at the Deutsche Opernhaus in 1918. She joined the Dresden Semperoper in 1924, and began appearing at the Vienna State Opera in 1927. She took part in the creation of Ferruccio Busoni's Doktor Faust in Dresden in 1925.

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  • Meta Seinemeyer (* 5. September 1895 in Berlin; † 19. August 1929 in Dresden) war eine deutsche Opernsängerin (Sopran). (de)
  • Meta Seinemeyer (n. Berlín; 5 de septiembre de 1895 - n. Dresden; 19 de agosto de 1929) fue una celebrada soprano lírica alemana. Murió de leucemia a los 34 años y es recordada en la Ópera de Dresde donde cantó principalmente además de Berlín y Viena. Cantó en el Metropolitan Opera de New York (1923) como Elisabeth (Tannhäuser) y Eva (Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg) y en el Teatro Colón de Buenos Aires (Der Freischütz) y en el Covent Garden como Elsa, Eva y Sieglinde en La Valquiria. En Alemania fue una importante exponente de Verdi como Aída, Elisabeth de Valois y Leonora. Cantó Maddalena y Tosca y en 1925 participó en el estreno mundial de la ópera Doktor Faustus de Ferruccio Busoni en Dresde. (es)
  • Meta Seinemeyer (Berlin, 5 septembre 1895 - Dresde, 19 juillet 1929) est une soprano allemande, tenue comme l'une des plus belles voix de soprano lyrique-dramatique de son temps. (fr)
  • Meta Seinemeyer (September 5, 1895 – August 19, 1929) was a German opera singer with a spinto soprano voice. Seinemeyer was born in Berlin, where she studied at the Stern Conservatory with Ernst Grenzebach. She made her debut at the Deutsche Opernhaus in 1918. She joined the Dresden Semperoper in 1924, and began appearing at the Vienna State Opera in 1927. On the international scene, she sang at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City in 1923, as Elisabeth in Tannhäuser and Eva in Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg, at the Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires, as Agathe in Der Freischütz in 1926, and at the Royal Opera House in London in 1929, as Eva, Elsa in Lohengrin and Sieglinde in Die Walküre. Besides the great Wagner heroines, she also played an important role in the renaissance of Verdi's operas in Germany, winning considerable acclaim as Leonora in La forza del destino, Elisabeth de Valois in Don Carlos, and the title role in Aida. She was also admired as Marguerite in Faust, Maddalena in Andrea Chénier, and the title role in Tosca. She took part in the creation of Ferruccio Busoni's Doktor Faust in Dresden in 1925. One of the greatest German singers of her generation, her career was cut short when she died of leukemia in Dresden a few weeks short of her 34th birthday. Very shortly before her death, she married the conductor Frieder Weissmann (1893-1984). She is buried in the Stahnsdorfer Friedhof in Berlin. (en)
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  • 1895-9-5
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  • 1929-8-19
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  • Meta Seinemeyer (* 5. September 1895 in Berlin; † 19. August 1929 in Dresden) war eine deutsche Opernsängerin (Sopran). (de)
  • Meta Seinemeyer (Berlin, 5 septembre 1895 - Dresde, 19 juillet 1929) est une soprano allemande, tenue comme l'une des plus belles voix de soprano lyrique-dramatique de son temps. (fr)
  • Meta Seinemeyer (September 5, 1895 – August 19, 1929) was a German opera singer with a spinto soprano voice. Seinemeyer was born in Berlin, where she studied at the Stern Conservatory with Ernst Grenzebach. She made her debut at the Deutsche Opernhaus in 1918. She joined the Dresden Semperoper in 1924, and began appearing at the Vienna State Opera in 1927. She took part in the creation of Ferruccio Busoni's Doktor Faust in Dresden in 1925. (en)
  • Meta Seinemeyer (n. Berlín; 5 de septiembre de 1895 - n. Dresden; 19 de agosto de 1929) fue una celebrada soprano lírica alemana. Murió de leucemia a los 34 años y es recordada en la Ópera de Dresde donde cantó principalmente además de Berlín y Viena. Cantó en el Metropolitan Opera de New York (1923) como Elisabeth (Tannhäuser) y Eva (Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg) y en el Teatro Colón de Buenos Aires (Der Freischütz) y en el Covent Garden como Elsa, Eva y Sieglinde en La Valquiria. (es)
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