Valentin Haller


May 1, 1901 München - March 24, 1944 München

Picture of Valentin Haller

Picture of Valentin Haller's Fidelio Broadside
Fidelio, Berlin, Städtische Oper, 9 November 1938 (Fidelio on Kristallnacht)

Haller sang at the Charlottenburg Opera fron the season 1934/5 until his death on March 24, 1944 from an accident to his vertebral column. There he sang in the following premieres (European style date format):

Der Troubadour (Manrico)               30.9.1934
Postillon v. Lonjumeau (Chapelou)      1.12.1934
Meistersinger (David)                  15.11.1935
Lustige Witwe (Rossilon)               31.12.1935
La Fille du regiment (Tonio)           7.01.1937
Il Campiello (Zarzeto)                 20.05.1937
Adriana Lecouvreur (Maurizio)          24.03.1938
Schwarzer Peter (Roderich)             9.12.1938
Lustige Witwe (Rossilon)               31.12.1938
La Bohème (Rudolf)                     24.02.1939
DasGlöckchen des Eremiten (Sylvain)    26.03.1939
Die Macht des Schicksals (Alvaro)      7.10.1939
Gianni Schicchi (Rinuccio)             27.02.1940
Die Königskinder (Sohn)                8.03.1941
Otello (Cassio)                        11.02.1942
Dornröschen-C. Bresgen (Prinz)         13.05.1943
Received from Guido Bathe (Reference: Detlef Meyer zu Heringdorf: "Das Charlottenburger Opernhaus 1912-1961, Band 2, Berlin 1988
Valentin Haller singsLe postillon de Longjumeau: Mes amis écoutez l'histoire, in German
In RA Format

Valentin Haller singsIl Trovatore: Lodern zum Himmel
In RA Format
I wish to thank Daniele Godor for the broadside.

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