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Eugenia Zareska (1910-79) was from Rava Ruska and studied in Lvov with Adam Didur before going for further study to Vienna, where in 1938 she won a singing competition. Having had more lessons from Anna Bahr-Mildenburg, she made her début in 1939. From 1940 she lived in Italy, studying and making her début at La Scala in 1941 as Dorabella in Così fan tutte. The following year she was a member of the Rome company. After the war she was popular in Paris, where Marina was one of her roles, and London, appearing at Covent Garden (as Carmen among others), the Cambridge Theatre (as Rosina) and Glyndebourne (as Dorabella). She made a number of recordings.

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