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Bronislav Chorovic was born on November 27th., 1888 in the Russian village of Caricynu
near the present city of Volgograd. He studied singing with the well-known professor
Medvedev at the conservatory of Saratov. After the Revolution in Russia, he
left for Slovakia and made his debut in 1921 at the Slovenskem national
opera. From 1928 to 1941, he sang at the Prague national opera, then
continued to appear on stage up to 1958. In 1952, Chorovic taught singing at the Prague conservatory. The singer died in Prague
on August 17th., 1980. Among his best roles were: Hoffmann, Lenski, Lindoro,
Gerald , Rodolfo, Pinkerton, Chapelou, Vitek (Dalibor), and Princ (Rusalka).
I wish to thank Vladimir Efimenko for the pictures, notes and recording.