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Eva Marton (b1943)

Éva Marton studied singing at the Franz Liszt Academy in Budapest, where her teachers included Endre Rösler and Jenő Sipos. Having made her professional operatic debut in 1967 as Kate Pinkerton / Madama Butterfly at the Margareten Island Festival (Budapest), she first appeared with the Hungarian State Opera during the following year as the Queen of Shemakha / Le Coq d’Or and continued as a member of this company until 1972: her parts included the title roles in Tosca and Handel’s Rodelinda, the Countess / Le nozze di Figaro and Tatyana / Eugene Onegin.

At the request of music director Christoph von Dohnányi, Marton joined the Frankfurt Opera in 1972, making her debut as the Countess and remaining with the company until 1976. During this time she not only expanded her repertoire to include heavier roles, such as Eva / Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg, but also sang elsewhere: at the Maggio Musicale, Florence during 1972 as Mathilde / Guillaume Tell under Riccardo Muti; at the Théâtre de la Monnaie, Brussels as Elisabetta / Don Carlo; at the Vienna State Opera (debut in 1973 as Tosca); at the Bavarian State Opera, Munich in 1974 as Donna Elvira / Don Giovanni; and at the Metropolitan Opera, New York (debut in 1976, as Eva).




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