Ridder, Anton de
Ridder, Anton de
Ridder, Anton de , Dutch tenor; b. Amsterdam, Feb. 13, 1929. He studied voice at the Amsterdam Cons. with Herman Mulder (1947–49) and with Jan Keyzer (1951–56). From 1956 to 1962 he was on the roster of the Karlsruhe Opera; then sang at the Gärtnerplatz State Theater in Munich (1962–66). In 1965 he joined the Komische Oper in West Berlin. In 1969 he took part in the Salzburg Festival; also sang in Vienna and Hamburg. In 1972 he appeared at the Edinburgh Festival. He sang Florestan at the Glyndebourne Festival in 1979. In 1972 he again appeared at the Edinburgh Festival. He was equally adept at lyric and dramatic tenor parts.
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