Cavalieri, Katharina (b Währing, Austria, 1760; d Vienna, 1801). Austrian soprano who studied with Salieri. Début Vienna 1775. Spent most of her career in Vienna. Mozart wrote Constanze in Die Entführung for her and the aria ‘Mi tradi’, added to Elvira's part in Don Giovanni for its Vienna première.
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