Alma Hütter-Krause

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Alma Hütter-Krause , née Alma Krause , ( December 21, 1844 in Gera - December 9, 1885 in Liegnitz ) was a German opera singer ( soprano ).


After completing her training, she embarked on her stage career in Wiburg in Russia, was then engaged at the court theaters in Dessau and Stuttgart, at the city theaters in Hamburg, Nuremberg, Königsberg, Danzig, Bremen, Cologne, etc. and was engaged in the Wachtl tour in 1871 by the USA won, where she met with enthusiastic applause, especially as "Madeleine" in the postillon , "Page" in Huguenots etc.

After the artist had worked successfully as an opera soubrette for almost ten years, she switched to operetta, in which area she was described as one of the best representatives of her field. This highly talented artist suddenly died on a tour in Liegnitz on December 9, 1885 in the prime of her years, at the height of her popularity.

She was married to the theater director Julius Hütter (1834–1900).


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