Forgotten Opera Singers

Forgotten Opera Singers

Nov 15, 2014

Robert Hutt (Tenor) ( Karlsruhe 1878 - Berlin 1942)



On the advice of the conductor F.Mottl, Robert was to make his debut in his native city for W.Guggenbuhler, and then in Bayreuth for J.Kneise. Hutt made his debut in 1903 at the Hoftheater at Karlsruhe. Further, he sang at Dusseldorf, and Frankfurt (1911). In 1917, he made his debut at the Berliner Hofoper, and then at the Staatsoper, where he sang up to 1927. In 1920, he participated at the premiere of "Die Frau ohne Schatten ", and in 1926 at the premiere of " Love for three oranges ". The singer widely went on tour to London (1913 - Walther with T. Beecham, 1914- Parsifal). In 1923, Hutt made a successful tour through North America.

Chronology of some appearances

1903 Karlsruhe Hoftheater
1917 Berliner Hofoper


Grammophon, Berlin 1917
Faust (Gounod): Wohlan, unterschreibe with Michael Bohnen 3-44163 62306

Grammophon, Berlin 1918/1919
Lohengrin (Wagner): Mein lieber Schwan 042551 65512

Grammophon, Berlin 1919
Africaine (Meyerbeer): Land so wunderbar 042552 65512

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