Minghetti, Angelo, Italian tenor; b. Bologna, Dec. 6, 1889; d. Milan, Feb. 10, 1957. He began his career in 1911, and then sang in various Italian music centers. After appearing in Rio de Janeiro (1921), he was a member of the Chicago Opera (1922–24). In 1923 he made his debut at Milan’s La Scala as Rodolfo, and sang there until 1932. He also was a guest artist at Buenos Aires’s Teatro Colón (1924) and London’s Covent Garden (1926; 1930; 1933–34).
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