Sari, Ada (real name, Jadwiga Szajerowa ), Polish soprano; b. Wadowice, near Kraków, June 29, 1886; d. Ciechocinek, July 12, 1968. She studied in Milan. After appearances in Rome, Naples, Trieste, and Parma, she joined the Warsaw Opera; made extensive tours in Europe, South America, and the U.S.; later taught voice in Warsaw.
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