Maria Cebotari Net Worth: Age, Height, Weight, Bio

January 1, 2020

Maria Cebotari Net Worth

How rich is Maria Cebotaru? For this question we spent 13 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Actors
Total Net Worth at the moment 2021 year – is about $64,6 Million.



Maria Cebotaru information Birth date: February 10, 1910, Chi?in?u, Moldova Death date: June 9, 1949, Vienna, Austria Birth place: Kishinev, Russian Empire [now Chisinau, Moldova] Profession:Actress Spouse:Gustav Diessl (m. 1938–1948), Alexander Virubov (m. ?–1938) Movies:Odessa in FlamesAlbums:Mahler

Height, Weight

:How tall is Maria Cebotari – 1,71m.
How much weight is Maria Cebotari – 76kg


Maria Cebotari Net Worth
Maria Cebotari Net Worth
Maria Cebotari Net Worth
Maria Cebotari Net Worth


Biography,Cebotari was born at Chisinau, studied singing at the Chisinau Conservatory, and in 1929 joined the Moscow Art Theater Company as an actress. Soon she married the companys leader, Count Alexander Virubov.Moving to Berlin with the company, she studied singing with Oskar Daniel for three months and made her debut as an operatic singer by singing Mimi in Puccinis opera La Boheme at Dresden Semperoper on 15 March 1931. Bruno Walter invited her to the Salzburg Festival, where she sang Euridice in Glucks opera Orfeo ed Euridice.In 1935, she sang the part of Aminta in the world premiere of Richard Strauss opera Die Schweigsame Frau under Karl Bohm at Dresden Semper Opera House. Strauss advised her to move to Berlin, and in 1936 she joined the Berlin State Opera, where she was a prima donna until 1946. That year, she sang Susanna in Le Nozze di Figaro, Zerlina in Don Giovanni, and Sophie in Der Rosenkavalier for Dresden Semper Opera Companys performances at Covent Garden Royal Opera House of London. From then on, she appeared at many great opera houses including Vienna State Opera and La Scala Opera House of Milan.She divorced Count Virubov in 1938, and married the Austrian actor Gustav Diessl, with whom she had two sons. In 1946, she left Berlin and joined the Vienna State Opera House. She visited Covent Garden again in 1947 with Vienna State Opera Company and sang Salome, Donna Anna in Don Giovanni, Countess Almaviva in Le nozze di Figaro. On September 27, she was Donna Anna to the Ottavio of Richard Tauber, making his final stage appearance, less than a week before his cancerous left lung was removed. [Ref: Diana Napier Tauber, Richard Tauber, Edinburgh & London, 1949]Her husband, Gustav Diessl, died of a heart attack on March 20, 1948. She suffered from severe pain during the performance of Le nozze di Figaro at La Scala Opera House in early 1949. At first, doctors did not take it seriously. However, on March 31, 1949, she fell down during the performance of Karl Millockers operetta Der Bettelstudent in Vienna. During surgery on April 4, doctors found cancer in her liver and pancreas. She died from cancer on June 9, 1949 in Vienna. British pianist Sir Clifford Curzon adopted her two sons.Cebotari had an extremely versatile voice, and her repertoire covered coloratura, soubrette, lyric and dramatic roles, for example, she sang both Carmen and Susanna in Le nozze di Figaro, Violetta in La traviata and Salome in the same season. She concentrated on four composers – Mozart, Richard Strauss, Verdi, Puccini. Richard Strauss described her as the best all-rounder on the European stage, and she is never late and she never cancels. Herbert von Karajan, during a BBC interview decades after her death, said she was the greatest Madame Butterfly he had ever conducted.


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