Rösier, Endre , Hungarian tenor; b. Budapest, Nov. 27, 1904; d. there, Dec. 13, 1963. He studied in Budapest and with De Lucia and Garbin in Italy. In 1927 he made his operatic debut as Alfredo at the Budapest Opera, where he was a principal member for some 30 years. Subsequently he sang comprimario roles there. At the apex of his career, he appeared as a guest artist with other European opera houses and also pursued a concert career. From 1953 until his death he taught at the Budapest Academy of Music. He was especially esteemed for his roles in Mozart’s operas.
P. Varnai, R. E. (Budapest, 1969).
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