Hanna Borchers

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Hanna Borchers , married Hanna Bruckmann , ( December 16, 1870 in Wiesbaden - February 15, 1961 ) was a German stage actress and opera singer ( soprano ).


Borchers received musical and dramatic instruction from her parents, Bodo and Marie Borchers .

She had her first appearance on October 6, 1888 as "Ännchen". A few months later she was engaged at the Munich Court Theater. There she made her debut on January 8, 1889 as "Benjamin" in Joseph in Egypt by Étienne-Nicolas Méhul .

In 1889 she took part in the Bayreuth Festival , in 1893 in the model performances at the court theater in Gotha and in 1895 in Weimar. During this time she was appointed ducal Saxon chamber singer.

From the Court Theater in Munich, she went from December 31, 1900, married the publisher and imperial Austro-Hungarian consul in Munich Alfred Bruckmann , brother of the publisher Hugo Bruckmann .