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MARGARET MAS

The soprano Margaret Mas was born in France in 1924, and studied with Madeleine Mathieu in Paris. She began her stage career in the South of France in the numerous French provincial opera houses. In 1949 she made her début at the Paris Opéra, where she remained as a valued company member for the next twenty years, appearing in addition at the Paris Opéra-Comique. From the early 1950s she was also active in Italy, especially at the San Carlo in Naples. In 1957 she participated in the world première of Poulenc’s Dialogues des Carmélites at La Scala, Milan. She also sang at the Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires and the Teatro Liceo in Barcelona, and was especially noted for her interpretations of the works of the verismo school of composers, particularly Zandonai and Giordano.

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