Ernest van Dijck

1861-1923

Picture of Ernest van Dijck as Ernani
Ernest van Dijck as Ernani

Picture of Ernest van Dijck as Cornelius Schut
Ernest van Dijck as Cornelius Schut

Picture of Ernest van Dijck as Tannhäuser
Ernest van Dijck as Tannhäuser

Ernest van Dijck singsDie Walküre: Winterstürme wichen dem Wonnemond (2), in French
In RA Format

Ernest van Dijck singsWerther: Pourquoi me réveiller
In RA Format

Ernest van Dijck singsDie Walküre: Winterstürme wichen dem Wonnemond (1), in French
In RA Format

Repertory
Die Meistersinger-?, April 1883 (Concert)
Le Désert (Composer David)-Anvers, ? (Concert)
?-Paris, Th. Du Château d'Eau, 1884 (Stage debut, but no work indicated in reference)
De Schelde-Anvers, Salle de l'Harmonie, 27 May 1884
Lohengrin-Paris, Eden, 30 April 1887
Parsifal-Bayreuth, Festspielhaus, 25 July 1888
Roméo et Juliette-Wien, Hofoper, 11 January? 1889
Le Vassal de Szigeth-Wien, Hofoper, 4 October 1889
Faust-Wien, Hofoper, 1890
Armide-Wien, Hofoper, 2 February? 1890
Rheingold-Wien, Hofoper, 8 March? 1890
Ernani-Wien, Hofoper, 26 April? 1890
Manon-Wien, Hofoper, 19 November 1890
Werther-Wien, Hofoper, 16 February 1892
Die Walküre- Paris, Opéra, 12 May 1893
Pagliacci-Wien, Hofoper, 19 November 1893
Cornelius Schut-Wien, Hofoper, 23 November 1894
Amy Robsart-Monte Carlo, Garnier, 16 February 1895
Tannhäuser-Paris, Opéra, 13 May 1895
La Navarraise-Wien, Hofoper, 4 October 1895
Evangelimann-Wien, Hofoper, 11 January 1896
La Damnation de Faust-Monte Carlo, Garnier, 26 March 1896
Le Chevalier d'Harmenthal-Wien, Hofoper, 27 November 1896
Moïna-Monte Carlo, Garnier, 14 March 1897
Tristan und Isolde-London, Covent Garden 7 June 1898
Die Götterdämmerung-Paris, Opéra, 23 October 1908

I wish to thank Tom Silverbörg for the Ernani picture.
I wish to thank Christian Torrent for the Tannhäuser picture.
Reference: Henri de Curzon Ernest van Dijck, Librairie Nationale d'Art et d'Histoire, Bruxelles, 1933.
Richard T. Soper: Belgian Opera Houses and Singers, The Reprint Company, Publishers, Spartanburg, South Carolina, 1999.


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