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Srebrenka (Sena) Jurinac (1921-2011)
 
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Country: Bosnia-Herzegovina
Born: 1921
Died: 2011
 
 
 
 
   
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Sena Jurinac was a famous Yugoslav-Austrian soprano. She showed early signs of a musical talent and studied at the Zagreb Academy of Music, and also with Milka Kostrennin.
Sena Jurinac nade her debut as Mimì at Zagreb in 1942. In the following two years she sang the Countess, Freia, Isabella in Werner Egk’s premiere Columbus as well as in Yugoslavian operas. In 1944  she was contracted to the Vienna State Opera by Karl Böhm. Because of the War she was not able to sing until 1946 there. In the first year at the Staatsoper she had to sing more than 150 performances a year. Regular appearances included performances at Covent Garden. Sena Jurinac said farewell to the operatic stage as Marschallin at the Vienna State Opera in 1983 but continued to give recitals. She has been a sought-after singing coach for many years in Europe and the USA.
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