Simon-Girard, Juliette, French soprano; b. Paris, May 8, 1859; d. Nice, Dec. 1959. She made her debut at the Folies-Dramatiques in Paris, where she created the principal role in Les Cloches de Cornevilles on April 19, 1877; then sang at the premieres of La Fille du Tambour- major (1879), Fanfan la tulipe (1882), and many other operettas; she became particularly successful in Offenbach’s repertoire. She married the tenor Nicolas Simon, known as Simon-Max (1855–1923); divorced him in 1894, and married the comedian Huguenet. She then retired to Nice.
—Nicolas Slonimsky/Laura Kuhn/Dennis McIntire