Gogorza, Emilio (Edoardo) de

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Gogorza, Emilio (Edoardo) de

Gogorza, Emilio (Edoardo) de, American baritone and teacher; b. Brooklyn, May 29, 1874; d. N.Y., May 10, 1949. After singing as a boy soprano in England, he returned to the U.S. and studied with C. Moderati and E. Agramonte in N.Y. He made his debut in 1897 with Marcella Sembrich in a concert; sang throughout the country in concerts and with leading orchs. Beginning in 1925, he was an instructor of voice at the Curtis Inst. of Music in Philadelphia. He married Emma Eames in 1911.

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