HÜni-Mihacsek, Felice, Hungarian soprano; b. Pecs, April 3, 1891; d. Munich, March 26, 1976. She studied in Vienna with Rosa Papier. She made her operatic debut as the 1st Lady in Die Zauberflöte with the Vienna State Opera in 1919, remaining there until 1926; was then a member of the Bavarian State Opera in Munich (1926–44); she retired from the stage in 1953. She particularly excelled in Mozart’s operas, winning distinction as the Queen of the Night, Constanze, Fiordiligi, and Donna Anna. Among her other admired roles were Elsa and Eva.
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