The real name of this forgotten polish tenor was Florian Koman. He studied at the Academy of Lviv with A. Suvestr and made his debut in 1884 at the Opera Theatre of Lviv as Janusz in ‘’Palestran’’ of Millocker. He performed on the opera stages of Lviv up to 1886, then he moved to Prague, where he was engaged by the National Theatre. He appeared in this theatre from 1886 to 1898 and only in 1898 Florjanski finally was engaged by the Grand Theatre of Warsaw where he stayed untill 1906. In 1906 he joined as a singer and Director the Opera Theatre of Lviv and remained there until the end of life. He sang also in Berlin, Hamburg and Vienna. Florjanski was a highly successful interpreter of Wagner roles (Tannhauser, Lohengrin).
Chronology of some appearances
1884-1886 Lviv Opera House
1886-1898 Prague Opera House
1898 Warsaw Grand Theatre
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