After her training at the orchestra school of the Saxon State Orchestra , the singer made her debut in Düsseldorf in 1934 . Between 1936 and 1972 Reichelt was engaged at the Dresden Opera , where in 1944 he sang Ännchen for the last performance of the old opera , as well as the Queen of the Night , Gilda , Despina , Zerbinetta and Traviata . She gave guest appearances in Vienna , Hamburg , Cologne and Munich .
Reichelt died in Dresden in 2001 and was buried in Coswig.
- Works by and about Elisabeth Reichelt in the catalog of the German National Library
- Elisabeth Reichelt in the women's wiki
- Günter Schulze / Elke Wendt: Elisabeth Reichelt . In: Institute for Saxon History and Folklore (Ed.): Saxon Biography .
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Schäch, Elisabeth (maiden name)|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German opera singer (coloratura soprano)|
|DATE OF BIRTH||February 7, 1910|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Coswig|
|DATE OF DEATH||May 7, 2001|
|Place of death||Dresden|