Der Sänger und Schauspieler Jan Kiepura nahm gegen den Willen seiner Eltern Gesangsunterricht bei Waclaw Brzezinski in Warschau. Nach einem. Entdecken Sie Veröffentlichungen von Jan Kiepura auf Discogs. Kaufen Sie Platten, CDs und mehr von Jan Kiepura auf dem Discogs-Marktplatz. Jan Wiktor Kiepura, auch Jean Kiepura, (* 3. Mai/ Mai in Sosnowiec, Russisches Kaiserreich; † August in Harrison, New York) war ein.
65 Jan Kiepura Premium High Res PhotosJan Kiepura. geb. am Mai. in Sosnowitz/Sosnowiec, Russland/heute: Polen, gest. am Aug. in. Jan Wiktor Kiepura, auch Jean Kiepura, war ein polnisch-amerikanischer Opernsänger und Schauspieler. Er zählte mit Richard Tauber und Joseph Schmidt nicht nur zu den populärsten „Drei Tenören“ der er-Jahre, sondern auch zu den erfolgreichsten. Jan Kiepura wurde am Mai im ehemals zum russische Kaiserreich, später zu Polen gehörenden Sosnowiec1) als Sohn des katholischen.
Jan Kiepura Menu nawigacyjne VideoJan Kiepura sings 'E lucevan le stelle' from Puccini's 'Tosca', New York, 1939 Jan Wiktor Kiepura (b. May 16, , Sosnowiec, Poland – d. August 15, , Harrison, New York) was a Polish singer (tenor) and actor. He was born of a Jewish mother and a Polish father. On February 10, , Jan Kiepura made his debut at New York's Metropolitan Opera, singing the role of Rodolfo in Puccini 's La bohème. He went on to sing leading roles in Tosca, Rigoletto, Carmen, Manon, and Aida, as well as performing up to 80 concerts a year throughout the United States and Canada. Jan Kiepura, the son of a baker, was born in in the gloomy mining town of Sosnowiec, now in Poland, but situated in Russia at that time. He left his native town, that - although dirty and dark - would always remain dear to his heart, for Warsaw, where he started studying law. Marta Eggerth () and Polish-born Jan Kiepura (), who together fled Nazi-occupied Austria in , created a musical and film legacy that crossed genres and revolutionized opera. clubcorvettenordsud.com Jan Wiktor Kiepura (May 16, – August 15, ) was an acclaimed Polish singer (tenor) and actor. Contents Life and career Jan Kiepura was born in Sosnowiec, Poland, the son of Miriam (née Neuman), a former professional singer, and Franciszek Kiepura, a baker and grocery owner.
Besides being successful as an operatic singer he was also a prolific singing movie star. Stolz and M. The song was written for him and served as a display of the unparalleled richness and spontaneity in his voice.
His technique allowed him to sing concerts well into his sixties. Unfortunately a heart attack ended his life prematurely when he was still active as a singer.
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Showing all 20 items. Jan Kiepura made his film debut already in with the Polish production "O czem sie nie mysli", but his real career came with the advent of films.
In he performed his first concert in the Sphinx cinema in Sosnowiec. In , Jan Kiepura was admitted by Emil Mlynarski to the local choir.
He also took part in a production of Gounod's Faust Faust in the Polish city of Lwow now in the Ukraine.
Kiepura's return to Warsaw in caused a sensation in the Polish capital, and his musical shows were received with huge enthusiasm. Apart from his performances in concert halls, he also sang to a crowd gathered under the balcony of the Warsaw hotel "Bristol".
He also sang while standing on his car's roof, or from a carriage's window, and also spoke to the audience. However, he was not a frequent guest in Poland.
After World War II they returned to Paris and Jan Kiepura took part in his last movies, among others "Ihre wunderbare Lüge" They came back to the USA in where they took up residence for good.
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