She studied in Leipzig with the teachers and Rebling Proft. In 1891 it got its debut at the Opera House of Leipzig as Agathe “in” Freischütz. Here she sang e.g. on 11/11/1906 “in the world premiere of the opera beach right” (“The Wreckers”) by Ethel Smyth, the role of Tirzah, in 1896 she had worked at Leipzig at the world premiere of “Kukuska,” a youth opera of the late great operetta composer Franz Lehár, . After 1906 successful guest performances at the Opera House of Frankfurt, had they been committed in 1908, the first dramatic soprano at this house. Here she sang the great dramatic roles, especially the Wagner heroines like Brünnhilde in the Ring of the Nibelung and Isolde in “Tristan,” but also the Leonore in “Fidelio,” the Countess in “Figaro,” which Rezia in “Oberon” Weber, Santuzza in “Cavalleria rusticana” and Katharine in “the taming of the Shrew” by H. Goetz. In 1909 she designed in the Frankfurt premiere of Richard Strauss’ opera “Elektra,” the title role. Until 1913 she remained active in Frankfurt and was then only a single guest performances and concerts. She made guest appearances during her career at the Court Opera in Dresden (1897, 1902, 1906) and Munich (1897, 1908), the court theaters of Hanover (1906), Karlsruhe (1910) and Wiesbaden (1910-11). 1898 she was heard at the Vienna Court Opera as Sieglinde in “Walküre” and as Elisabeth in “Tannhauser” in 1902 as the Covent Garden Opera in London, Sieglinde. In 1905 she sang as guest at the Theatre of Brno (Brno), 1909 at the Wagner Festival in Munich (Isolde in “Tristan”).
From the voice of one singer Odeon plate is present (Berlin, 1910).
as Brünnhilde Frankfurt
Portrait (Collection G&K)
as Isolde “Tristan” advertisement Covent Garden London