Dvorsky, Peter (b Partizánske, nr. Topol'čany, 1951). Slovak tenor. Début Bratislava 1972 ( Lensky in Eugene Onegin). Won Geneva int. comp. 1975. Débuts: Vienna 1977; NY Met 1977; Milan 1978; CG 1978; Salzburg Fest. 1989.
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