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Friedl Teller, verh. Blum

1932 Wien
Friedl Teller-Blum, née Teller, born June 10, 1932 in Vienna as the only child of Oscar Teller and Berta Teller, née reimann, opera singer (soprano), voice and speech teacher. In 1938 she is sent via Czechoslovakia to the English boarding school Seven Oaks, the next year she left with her mother (who had accompanied two children's transports to Palestine) for the USA, where the family is reunited again. Frieda Teller studied music and linguistics at Hunter College, the Julliard School of Music and Columbia University New York. In 1956 she debuts at the Wiener Volksoper in Janáčeks 'The Cunning little Vixen', is engaged at the opera house in Muenster and appears in guest performances in Hamburg, Düsseldorf, Amsterdam and Brussels. In 1961 she is engaged at the Israel National Opera, appears as soloist with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, the Israel Chamber Ensemble under Gary Bertini and the Israeli Braodcast Symphony Orchestra and is heard on Israeli, Italian and Dutch radio. After marrying she shifts to teaching, first as director of the Opera Studio at Ramat Gan's music school, from 1976 as a teacher for singing, vocal repertory and diction at the Rubin Academy of Music in Tel Aviv, 1985-1991 as director of the voice department of this school at the Tel Aviv University. Since then as an instructor for phonetics (IPA). Update Primavera Driessen Gruber September 9, 2015

 

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