Beno Blachut

Picture of Beno  Blachut as Otello

Picture of Beno  Blachut as German

Picture of Beno  Blachut as Faust

Picture of Beno  Blachut in Traviata with Richterova

Picture of Beno  Blachut in Rusalka with Subrtova

Picture of Beno  Blachut private

Picture of Beno  Blachut as Canio
Beno Blachut as Canio

Picture of Beno Blachut
Beno Blachut was born on June 14th. 1913. Beno Blachut studied singing at the Prague conservatory (1935-39) with Kaderzhabek while simultaneously taking acting lessons with Pujmann. Blachut made his debut at Olomouc in 1939, and the same year at the Prague National Opera. His best role was Dalibor that he sang than 200 times. He started recording in 1947 for Supraphon. In 1948, he began an International career. He sang in Austria, Poland, and Germany. In 1954, he sang for the first time in the USSR. Blachut sang often at the Bolshoi and at the Mariinski. Beno Blachut died Jan. 10th, 1985 in Prague.
Beno Blachut singsTurandot: Nessun dorma
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Beno Blachut singsPique Dame: Prosti, prelestnoe, sozdanye (Forgive me, bright celestial vision), in Czech
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Beno Blachut singsArmida: Mne nelze cekat del , with Marie Podvalová
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Beno Blachut singsLohengrin: Atmest du nicht
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Beno Blachut singsDalibor: Ha, kým to kouzlem
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I wish to thanks Vladimir Efimenko for the pictures ( Otello, German, Faust, Traviata, Rusalka, Private), biograpical notes and recording (Dalibor, Pique Dame).
I wish to thank Thomas Silverbörg for the picture (Canio).
I wish to thank Marek Dolina for the recording (Armida).

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