Regina Resnik

 

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Regina Resnik

American opera singer, born 30th August 1922 Bronx, New York, USA, died 8th August 2013 in Manhattan, New York, USA. She sang first as a soprano and later as a mezzo-soprano, debuting at The Metropolitan Opera, NY in 1944 at the age of 22. First as a soprano, and later as a mezzo-soprano, Regina Resnik, who has died aged 90, was a singer of international fame for more than four decades following her unexpected debut at New York's. Regina Resnik Regina Resnik Resnik began vocal training under Rosalie Miller at age thirteen and studied German and Italian to prepare herself for opera, but turned down a scholarship to Juilliard in favor of Hunter College, where she could earn a teaching degree in case she didn’t break in as a performer. Regina Resnik (August 30, 1922 – August 8, 2013) was an American opera singer who had an active international career that spanned five decades. She began her career as a soprano in 1942 and soon after began a lengthy and fruitful relationship with the Metropolitan Opera that spanned from 1944-1983.

Regina passed away on August 9, 2013 at the age of 90.

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  • When did Regina Resnik die?

    August 9, 2013
  • How old was Regina Resnik when died?

    90

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Regina Resnik Birthday and Date of Death

Regina Resnik was born on August 30, 1922 and died on August 9, 2013. Regina was 90 years old at the time of death.

Birthday: August 30, 1922
Date of Death: August 9, 2013
Age at Death: 90

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Regina Resnik (August 30, 1922 – August 8, 2013) was an American opera singer who had an active international career that spanned five decades. She began her career as a soprano in 1942 and soon after began a lengthy and fruitful relationship with the Metropolitan Opera that spanned from 1944-1983. Under the advice of conductor Clemens Krauss, she began retraining her voice in the mezzo-soprano repertoire in 1953 and by 1956 had completely removed soprano literature from her performance repertoire.